Store Files on your iPhone or iTouch without Jailbreak with Filemark Maker

January 27, 2008

Magnetism Studios (aka Monkey Business Labs), makers of some awesome Dashboard widgets and some insanely great tees, has released a new application called Filemark Maker for Mac OS X that allows an iPhone or iPod Touch user to convert any Safari-compatible media file into a bookmarklet, making it possible to store files on your iPhone/iPod […]

iMovie ’08 makes custom slideshow production easy

August 8, 2007

iMovie has always made it impossible to produce advanced slideshows, especially when setting custom Ken Burns start-and-end frames. The problem used to lie with iMovie’s sluggish importing and encoding functions, however the problem seems to have been fixed with iMovie ’08, thanks to Apple’s decision to completely rewrite the application. Encoding and clip manipulation performance […]

A guide to Nintendo 64 Emulation on the Mac

May 16, 2007

Today it seems the classic game ROM community is growing and growing as more and more are discovering how to play classic arcade and console games on their computers. For a long time, the Mac platform has lacked great emulators that feature solid compatibility and a full-set of features. However, some developers are working hard […]

Make your own independent URL Downloader

March 16, 2007

Every now and then I’ve come across a quicktime movie, an MP3 audio file, or even a flash file that I’ve wanted to save to my desktop for use in situations when I’m not connected to the internet. In Safari, just open the URL of the file and select “File>Save As…” and choose your destination. […]

Afloat – Make windows always on top and transparent

November 3, 2006

One of the benefits of Cocoa applications is its compatibility with one of my favorite utilities, Afloat. Afloat offers several benefits to Cocoa applications, such as the ability to adjust the transparency of a window and keep the window “Always on Top”. Other features include a “Keep Afloat” action, which actually dims the window until […]

Setup Bluetooth DUN with your Verizon mobile and your Mac

September 27, 2006

For the past two months, I’ve been on a quest to find a way to use my Bluetooth Modem capabilities on my LG vx8300 with my MacBook Pro. It wasn’t able to connect until the other day when a reader referred me to a HowardForums thread on how to setup Bluetooth DUN with a LG […]

iTunes 7 keyboard shortcuts

September 17, 2006

While we are on the topic of iTunes 7 I thought it would be worthwhile to mention that our friends over at Macsupport have posted a complete list of keyboard shortcuts for iTunes 7. The list is quite extensive and you will notice if you are a keyboard junkie like myself that a couple of […]

How to make the perfect DVD slideshow in iLife

September 1, 2006

iLife has always been the number one reason why I love the Mac so much, it was pretty much the reason why I switched to using Macs. There are many ways to go about making an iPhoto slideshow in iDVD, but you don’t get the same result with each different way. I discovered the best […]

Cool Your MacBook Pro

May 7, 2006

Recently, there have been many complaints from all “generations” of MacBook Pro users of their machines getting “hot to the touch”. This has until recently not been solved as to why this is happening, but over at the Something Awful forums users have found out that due to Apple telling their repair technicians to glob […]

How to make perfect copies of CDs and DVDs in Disk Utility

February 20, 2006

Disk utility is great, it can save your hard drive, repair permissions, and is also great for making disk images. With Disk Utility, it is possible to make copies of CDs and DVDs. These copies are pretty much verbatim replicas, and can be used just like the they were the original. To make copies of […]

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