Sunday, 27 Jan 2008 22:03:43 · 1 minute read
A good friend of mine, Aled Hughes, spoke to me today on MSN and was talking to me about a feature he found on Leopard. If you press shift+option+volume (option being ‘alt’), then you can increment/decrement the volume by a quarter of a volume block:Read On →
Wednesday, 23 Jan 2008 00:02:01 · 1 minute read
Since my last post I eventually got around to trying to install Debian and Fedora onto my spare box…But it would appear that neither would run on it…Read On →
Saturday, 19 Jan 2008 19:54:28 · 2 minute read
OK, exams finished on Thursday…I let myself recoup on Friday and today I decided have a play with my spare tower…Up until recently I have had OpenSuse 10.2 on there running GNOME (the CPU is an old AMD Athlon and it has an ancient GPU and goodness knows how much RAM).Read On →
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2008 23:34:13 · 2 minute read
Held between the 14th and the 18th of January, Apple today released two new exciting products and two enhancements to two of their already awesome product range.Read On →
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2008 08:38:34 · 1 minute read
It’s a new year and time to get up and go after the Christmas break, however, for us students at Aber uni (as well as other students I’m sure), we look forward to a bunch of exams in stuff we can’t quite remember (perhaps we drank too much or ate too much turkey or something).Read On →
Monday, 12 Nov 2007 10:34:36 · 1 minute read
Have you upgraded to Leopard and decided you really don’t like the new 3D ‘shelf’?
Never fear! Apple have given us two options…Read On →
Wednesday, 07 Nov 2007 10:34:13 · 1 minute read
A fellow Mac User has pointed me to look at TextEdit.app with Coverflow. Blown up it looks like this:Read On →
Thursday, 01 Nov 2007 10:29:53 · 3 minute read
The 26th October: about 11am, I received a small box from a man who travelled in an Orange lorry.
With great eagerness I signed the form and ripped open the packaging to find a shiny box containing a DVD on it. On the DVD was Apple’s latest edition of OS X: Leopard, Mac OS 10.5.
Thirty minutes it took me to install Leopard, while it was installing I perused the net looking for all the applications I used to have. With a restart I was launched into the Leopard Welcome sequence, swirling through space (like the background in Time Machine). After this I was taken to the set-up screens where I chose my language, set up user accounts etc…Read On →