It seems that Apple Inc. have (finally) launched the DRM free tracks on the iTunes Music Store, which I am pretty sure is a good thing. Now Apple don’t deserve all the credit here – EMI (and a big applause to them for the decision to go the route of portable music) deserve big kudo’s […]
Archive for the 'Macintosh' Category
Extremely Useful Macbook Freeware Sweet – one of the better lists of free apps for the mac. With the number of people switching to the Mac, could be a handy thing to have, at the very least will give an idea of various pieces of software that are out there for this platform.
Optimized Firefox 22.214.171.124 for G4, G5, and Intel Macs (updated): BeatnikPad Journal The latest version of the “BonEcho” optimised firefox has been released. Grab it while its hot.
DashboardWidgets – Showcase – Application Update The single greatest widget I have found thus far for Mac OS X. It allows you to configure it to search through specific directories on your system, and will check with Apple, Mac Update and Version tracker to see if any updates for your applications. It will on occasion […]
MediaFork 0.8.0 public beta 1 released at MediaFork Transcode media from one format (say DVD) to another (iPod). It is the new handbrake! (Well its even based on the Handbrake source code!).
TUAW How To: Use your iTunes library over AirPort Disk – The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) Handy guide to transfer your music collection to the Airport Disk functionality. M
UltraNewb: How to move your iTunes library to an external drive – Lifehacker A nice easy guide to allow you to relocate your iTunes library, even to share it with other iTunes installs you might have.
Codec Pack for all the new Mac Users! at Jack ‘n’ Jake For the penultimately lazy people a nice bundle of OS X QuickTime components, available for both PPC and Intel based processors.
Install Windows to a Macintosh USB drive (without Bootcamp). « Tube Shards Dual booting winders’ on yer Mac!
jeffcraven.com: Motorola KRZR K1 (GSM) and iSync This is a handy guide to getting iSync working on Mac OS X 10.4.8 with the Motorola KRZR K1 mobile phone (full review to follow at a point in the near future). M