Every time Apple releases an OS update, GrowlMail breaks. It's been weeks since Mail 4.4 was released but GrowlMail has yet to be updated to work with the new version. I began poking around the Internets for an alternative and I found a pretty clever work around over at Macworld.com that I want to share.… Continue reading Alternative to GrowlMail
It took almost a month to get here but I have to say, it's worth it. I originally saw this mod on Lifehacker and had to jump on it because it looked too damn cool. The back panel was back ordered for weeks but took about a week to send from Hong Kong. The price… Continue reading Replace Your iPhone 4 Back Panel With A Cooler One
I used to press the power button on my computer and ate breakfast while I wanted for it to boot. Since installing a solid state drive (SSD) as a boot volume, I no longer need to. I was skeptical at first how much a SSD could improve performance but after installing one into my MacBook… Continue reading Optical Media Be Damned: Installing Second Hard Drive in MacBook Pro Optical Drive Bay
The other day, I booted up my laptop and to my surprise, there was a little pop up that read, "Your battery is able to charge normally but it has reached the end of it's usable life."WHATTHEHELL??My laptop is only a year old but I have noticed that the battery life had been dwindeling to… Continue reading Dell: My Ambivalence
So the procedure was a success...for the most part. I got OS X to run via virtualization as you can see but I haven't figured out internet access or screen resolution yet. I shall tinker with it more but I'm starting to think of trying to dual boot OS X and Windows on my machine.… Continue reading OS X Virtualization
I don't think I've been this excited. If this works, Steve Jobs is going to be be pissed.... OH WELL!