Posts Tagged: Mac

 
Heartbleed, 1Password and You

Heartbleed is a bug in OpenSSL. What this means to you is that if you’ve used HTTPS connections to access secure sites for online shopping and other activities, you might …

 
Quick Look: Command-C: Universal Clipboard Sharing Between OS X and iOS.

Command-C is one of those rare applications that make you scratch your head and say: Why didn’t Apple think of that? So…What is Command-C? In this context, it’s an app …

 
Using the Yiynova MSP19u tablet monitor: One Year Later

In January 2013, I placed an order and received the Yiynova MSP19u tablet monitor. In the days that followed, I wrote about my first impressions using the device. Having used …

 
Computer Maintenance: My Year End Rituals

Instead of drafting a set of resolutions I may or may not live up to, I’ve decided to do the next best thing: perform some routine computer maintenance. The holidays …

 
My Mac Video Stream Setup

Once upon a time, I used to video stream my art making process. I did it for a few years, and all was well. And then I stopped. Why? Streaming …

 
DiskWarrior, Mavericks and the modern Mac: my observations

DiskWarrior, the venerable utility from Alsoft, is my go-to utility to preventative maintenance on the Mac. Over time, the Mac’s directory tree can get munged (“Invalid node tree”, anyone?), which …