3 Sites to get Apps for OSX

http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/ — Great for utilities and games http://www.macupdate.com/ — Supa for staying updated on apps, but also good for freeware http://www.versiontracker.com/macosx/ — A lot like macupdate, with more developed freeware

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Free App for backing-up in OS X

Backing-up is something that everyone who has important data should be doing. Archiving onto CD/DVD is effective, but continual back-up is important. Lacie, the maker of external Hard-drives and disk-drives, own a freeware app called SilverKeeper which is pretty timely and effecient at backing-up. It offers schedule back-ups, that can exclude keyword files, password protect… Continue reading Free App for backing-up in OS X

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Google Filetype & Flash

Same as the following article, the “Google Hack” filetype, which is hardly a “hack”, we can hunt the web for .fla files and .swf files… amazing!! All you gotta do is figure out what type of FLA are you looking for? Let’s say snow. The kids, they love the snow. So type the following into… Continue reading Google Filetype & Flash

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Dynamic to Static URL. Making URLs SEF to improve SEO.

SEF – Search Engine Friendly SEO – Search Engine Optimization Search engines create their databases from running programs that search the web and scan each web-page, and sometimes, they cache the web-page (Cache ‚Äî meaning they download a copy of it). They sort these pages out, assumingly, by URL (that http://www.whatever.com string in the Address… Continue reading Dynamic to Static URL. Making URLs SEF to improve SEO.

IPv4 & NAT vs. IPv6 & GSM

IPv6 was created and developed in the face of running out-of IPv4 ip-addresses. Just a brief background on the two: IPv4 ip-addresses look like this: 192.168.1.1 IPv6 ip-addresses look like this: FE80:0000:0000:0000:0201:32FE:AB06:309C It’s pretty obvious that you can obtain more addresses out of IPv6 than IPv4. That’s really all the background you need to know… Continue reading IPv4 & NAT vs. IPv6 & GSM

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XHTML 1.1

Over the past couple of years HTML has been merging with XML to make more of a sustainable standard for basic-web-coding. In the future when XHTML is more XML than original HTML, it will allow for more scripting prowess. Right now, XHTML is still a bit sketchy and a lot of companies keep exploiting the… Continue reading XHTML 1.1

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