Tivo to Go!


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Join us… it is useless to resist

A mini-guide to Mac OS X for new Mini owners

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AnandTech: A Month with a Mac: Parts I, II, and III

AnandTech: A Month with a Mac: A Die-Hard PC User’s Perspective
AnandTech: A Month with a Mac - Part II: The Mobile Experience
AnandTech: Apple’s Mac mini - Tempting PC Users Everywhere

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The Graphing Calculator Story

The Graphing Calculator Story

How far would you go to program?

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Apple’s Tipping Point: Macs for the Masses

Apple’s Tipping Point: Macs for the Masses

I have been saying for a few months that Mac needed a cheaper headless box. Bam. Mac Mini. miniMac? Anyway, see the above link for an interesting graphical analysis of Apple pricing.

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Moblogging Scripts!

Siberian Dot Org: Moblogging Scripts!

It’s all about me.

Okay, it’s all about galleryadd.pl

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A Bit About Gallery Photo Moblogging

Monsters from the Id 怪獣大悪脳: A Bit About Gallery Photo Moblogging

Hey, that’s my script he’s using! Hooray!

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Gentoo is Rice, the Volume goes to 11 here.

Welcome to Gentoo is Rice, the Volume goes to 11 here.


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Ummm, is it possible to plug something in the microphone input on one’s Mac and have it be mixed into the line-out? I only ask because I would like to play my mp3 player through either the mac speaker or the speakers that I brought to work. I have all the cables, I plugged in all in, and it just… didn’t… work.

Come on, people. I mean, come on already. Jeez.

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Mac/Windows/Linux Annoyances shootout!

The window control buttons (close, minimize, maximize) are in the wrong place. Maximize doesn’t do exactly what I want. Windows affixes them in the upper right hand corner, which is good, but doesn’t offer the option of moving them. Winner: linux, with the ability to put them anywhere in the top bar and make them look like anything.
I don’t like the combination of items in the dock. I don’t like process combination in XP, either. Bleah. Of course, I don’t use XP, and if I did, I could turn it off. Winners: Windows and linux - especially kde with the multiple task bar option thingy.

Line endings are like ‘\n\r’ or something ridiculous like that. Windows is not any better with ‘\r\n’. Winner: linux, with ‘\n’

<crschmidt> no, os x is just \r

Mac keyboards and mice are generally crap. I brought a logitech usb keyboard and mouse, and life is reasonably good, except that I don’t have permissions to install the drivers, so the Apple and Alt/Option keys are swapped. Goofy. Many of the keys do nothing - which is sometimes okay because I don’t use a lot of them. Mostly I use the ‘b’ and ‘m’ keys. The Logitech mouse doesn’t work right under linux, and not all the keys are supported. Winner: Windows, unless the drivers can’t be installed, in which case everyone loses.

Viruses: I had one or two viruses on Windows. I had one virus on my Amiga. I have had a few successful and unsuccessful hacking attempts on my various linux boxes, and even an attack on my OpenBSD box. My Mac at work seems to be safe. Winner: t33kid! No, wait, he’s a loser. Winner: Mac! (for now)

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