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  • thedarkcleft 11:59 pm on December 8, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: Chrome, , , mac, web browser   

    Google Chrome now available for Mac 

    http://www.google.com/chrome/index.html?hl=en&brand=CHMD&utm_campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-plmnt&utm_medium=ha

     
  • homad 10:14 am on August 17, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: bootcamp, mac,   

    Anybody else using Windows 7 ? Surprisin… 

    Anybody else using Windows 7 ?
    Surprisingly, not too shabby so far.

     
    • homad 10:16 am on August 17, 2009 Permalink

      Quakecon was awesome as it is every year 🙂

  • tallbridge 11:51 am on August 3, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , , mac, psystar   

    Psystar Computers 

    I’ve been fairly unaroused by Apple recently.  Although I got an iPhone, there’s definently some things about it that I’m a little disapointed in.  Its a little slow, vibration is weak, and I’ve just been seeing more and more scare tactics coming from the Apple office.  The weirdest thing is banning other Web browsers to use on your iPhone along w/ the Google voice.

    I’m still down w/ the OS though, and seeing as I was about too potentially buy in iMac or a Macbook Pro, I’m pretty stoked I just found this….

    $699.99

    Quick Overview

    Our Open(Q) features the latest technology in Intel processors to give our customers an affordable, reliable computer capable of running the OS X operating system. We preinstall OS X on our Open Computers so that you can begin to use your machine right out of the box. Our basic configuration is ready for office-related tasks and web-surfing but the configuration for our systems can go from a mild-mannered desktop to a powerhouse. You can upgrade your GPU to a GeForce 9500GT which can play most modern games. Equipping an Intel Core2Duo, clocked at 3.0GHz will greatly enhance gaming as well as photo editing and other processor-intensive operations. With our custom configurations you can buy the Open Computer that suits your needs.
    *Monitor not included

    22″ monitor is 250 too

     
    • tallbridge 12:02 pm on August 3, 2009 Permalink

      Just found out iPhones have supposedly been catching fire when hooked up to car chargers
      http://digidose.com/2009/07/31/another-fiery-iphone-3g-attacks/

    • untamedyawp 2:21 pm on August 3, 2009 Permalink

    • perpetuallyphil 5:05 pm on August 4, 2009 Permalink

      its pretty lame how closed apple is… they are the only big tech company i can think of that tries to keep everything “in house.”

    • homad 7:59 pm on August 5, 2009 Permalink

      Yeah, throughout my life I have switched back and forth from appreciating what Apple does. So it comes down to MASSIVE corporations like banks/Microsoft/Google/Apple ….well, they of course need our respect for what they are.
      I am writing this on a Mac Pro, and I should have ideally researched the motherboard a little bit more…as I thought running SLI (dual nvidia video cards) would be simple (like a PC)…in addition..the f’n mobo’s digital sound card doesn’t work in XP! So I got another soundcard for XP (I always use a stripped down hacked version of XP and boot into OSX when I want to get creative with video/sound/imagery) …So, what I’m getting at is…having 8-cores and the ability to add like 64mb of ram is cool, but I could have saved a lot more money and gotten just as functional of a computer if I built it myself (and still put OSX on it haha)

      Anyone wanna come down for Quakecon ? !!! http://Quakecon.org

  • perpetuallyphil 8:29 pm on October 6, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: mac,   

    software? 

    anyone got some tips on an open source program to run windows on a mac? i have the intel core duo… but no leopard.

    i just downloaded a program to scatter and encode internet profiles to make surfing anonymous. also helps bypass firewalls on blocked sites (as in, if in china). check it if interested : here is

     
    • uneeda 8:37 pm on October 6, 2008 Permalink

      Sweet!

    • homad 4:22 pm on October 7, 2008 Permalink

      Nice, will use that when I’m in OSX. As for running windows. I would said, hop on the share. Still have yet to see anyone in the hub? It’s really easy. I know the tutorial makes it seem complicated, but it’s really not. Just download the program put in the server address and connect 🙂

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