Excellent way to have Citrix Presentation Client open his .ica files, yet not have the default .dmg files mount on download.
As always, the Mac way is so simple it just sits right under your nose and you just never ever thought of it. So multiple identities with one single account in Apple Mail is as simple as separating email addresses with commas.
World of Goo is a totally awesome puzzle game. Brilliant design, brilliant music, brilliant interface, and just plain, perfect 2D fun. Exactly the same pattern as Lemmings or Chu Chu Rocket. What’s more it leverages open-source power to be both cross-platform and cutting-edge. They’ll get my money ASAP.
Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur.– The HitchHiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Excellent idea. Installed ASAP, and obviously works just fine. People just can do wonders when things are engineered the right way.
It seems I can’t access daringfireball.net. According to traceroute, it seems the last item I can contact on the path is ae-5-5.car1.Oakland1.Level3.net (22.214.171.124). DNS Stuff free tools traceroute reaches it and indicates me that the next and last step before server.daringfireball.net (126.96.36.199) is unknown.gtei.net (188.8.131.52), which I can’t reach. I hate that. We’re...
By the way, the below post was written with markdown. Which is just great. Seriously. I guess I’m sold on tumblr.
I took a stab at ZFS on my MacBook Pro, using MacOSForge r119 read/write version, as a pkg. As I don’t have any spare hardware to put a new filesystem on, I used a simple file. Oh I love Unix. This way: dd if=/dev/zero of=zfs.disk bs=1m count=100 zpool create somename /Users/lloeki/Sandbox/zfs/zfs.disk put in some file with the finder zpool export somename zpool import -d...