Archive for the 'mac' Category

OS Xbox Pro

December 1, 2009
  • Xbox case
  • 2.93GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550s
  • NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT
  • 8GB of RAM
  • 16GB solid state drive
  • 4 booting hard drives
  • boots Windows 7, OS X and Ubuntu

[from: willudesign]

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Steve Jobs’ hits and misses

December 1, 2009

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[from: fortune]

rarely seen Steve Jobs

December 1, 2009
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Here’s a collection of rarely seen photographs of Steve Jobs, from the early days with Steve Wozniak to recent times.

Click on the image to see them all.

[from: fortune]

a comparative study of user intellect based on anti-productivity applications included in operating systems

December 1, 2009

[from: airbag]

how critics reviewed the Macintosh in 1984

November 30, 2009

Byte, Gregg Williams, February 1984

The Macintosh brings us one step closer to the ideal of computer as appliance.

Bill Gates

Anybody who could write a good application on a 128K Mac deserves a medal.

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the reality distortion field caught on video

November 30, 2009

From Apple’s Keynote address in September 2009. ;]

[from: tuaw]

daisy disk – free space in your hard disk

November 30, 2009

your disk map

This is a cool and free software that will help you to find out why your hard disk is always full. Launch it and it will display all contents in a circular graphic that does reminds you of a daisy wheel.

Every section of your drive is color-coded for it’s specific purpose, with closest part to the center being the root levels.

It’s Mac only and it costs a bit less than 20 USD but I think it will surely come in handy from time to time.

You can find it here: www.daisydiskapp.com

Update: If you’re looking for a good freeware alternative you can go with OmniDiskSweeper.

[from: tuaw]