"A host associated with your UCInetID recently consumed a large amount of bandwidth on the UCInet Mobile wireless network. The host transfered approximately 5.5 GB on Saturday and another 6.5 GB of data yesterday. When using the UCInet network, remember that there is a 1 GB daily limit on campus bandwidth for personal use. If… Continue reading My Bad…
UPDATE: So I upgraded to Vista today and had to reinstall some software and I noticed there was a change in the Apple Software Updater. When I brought up the program, I expect it to try and pimp Safari, Quicktime, and iTunes but to my surprise, it didn't. I thought, "Maybe Apple finally listened.I ran… Continue reading Apple’s Relentless Safari Push (UPDATED)
I updated my post about Psystar, the startup trying to sell OS X on PC hardware, here.
Does anyone know how to get a 1px border around the text in the title of my blog? As you can see, it's white on white which makes it really difficult to read. Anyone who can help me out, please leave a comment and I will be eternally grateful.
As you may have noticed, I've cleaned up the site a little bit. Ways to find me on the Internets are now up on the tabs above and I moved the widgets on the side around to make room for the more interesting content on top. Let me know what you guys think and what… Continue reading Spring Cleaning
Reports from Engadget and Gizmodo revealed that Psystar has changed their address at least four times since The Guardian started investigating the company. More importantly, Engadget reports that the OSx86 Project has had their code for the EFI emulator used without their permission. I hold the OSx86 Project close to my heart because they helped… Continue reading Psystar: The Epitome of Shady (Updated)
Gizmodo reports this evening that Psystar, the company that I reported to be building the OpenMac in my previous post, is ready to take on Apple in courts if need be. A representative from Psystar explains that Apple's EULA for OS X violates "U.S. monopoly laws." Another Psystar empolyee gave this example about Apple's EULA… Continue reading Psystar to Apple: Bring it On!!!
Image via GizmodoOK, I usually don't get excited about a lot of things but this has got me hot and bothered. A company named Psystar has released a Mac Clone for $399 and up. It's basically PC hardware that can run the OS X kernel natively, meaning you can run Leopard without a problem. They'll… Continue reading Mac Clone: A Poke in the Eye for Job, a C&D for Psystar
What is with the American obsession with the Modern Language Association of America's style of formatting a paper? Do other countries have something similar to the MLA format where a paper is not taken seriously if it is not in a certain format? To my surprise, some professors will not even look at your paper… Continue reading MLA
There is a quaint video game shop located between a Mexican restaurant and a yoga center in the University Center that I visit from time to time to get my boyish, adolescent video game fix. In my half a dozen visits, I always saw the manager, but never spoke a word more than a polite,… Continue reading Strange Encounters: An Interview with a Stranger
There's nothing like seeing familiar faces. Feeling the sense of security and amazement that after the grinding and squeeze of time, your friendship stands defiant, ready for more. The love of two friends, two hearts stopped in time. Or perhaps, out of time, an entity on it's own, devoid of all restrictions and contradictions. A… Continue reading There’s Nothing…
One of the first things I did when I came home was to start BitTorrenting a copy of Ubuntu because the 6 year old desktop at home was just too old to run XP efficiently. I decided to put Ubuntu on it so that my parents could use a simplified OS that very few viruses… Continue reading Comcast Still Throttling BitTorrent?