Entries from Ölbaum’s Delirium tagged with 'Apple'

Safari bug report

How to get past Apple's profanity filters in Safari bug reports, in case they have any.

Apple products I own

I’m starting an “About Me” category, in case I have any readers that don’t know me already :-) Today’s topic is the list of the Apple products I own, because it’s a funny way to start this series. Macs PowerBook...

Two great Time Machine articles

Two great articles by Jeff Harrell where he explains in great details yet very simply how Time Machine works.

Yes!

About the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update (delta)

Bittersweet medicine

John Gruber: Apple's delayed support for iTunes on Windows Vista is giving Microsoft a sweet taste of their own medicine. (Sweet for the rest of us, at least.)

Fractal Linking Cascade about Java

John Gruber linked to two articles by Paul Kim and Terrence Talbot about Java, following Steve Jobs' remark about it not being worth building into the iPhone. I foolishly went to read them, not realising that I was being caught into a Fractal Linking Cascade, ending in my reading of five rather long articles on the subject. I don't regret it, though, because they were really interesting.

iPod sales down? Nah.

The Macalope points out that iPod sales are up by 50% this quarter (21 million units), but that growth is down from 60% compared to the same quarter last year.

Marble, Wood or… Porcelain!

http://video.on.nytimes.com/?fr_story=d14603c1e23e6ce37920a8134a2e27b1405a4991&rf=bm

Queuing up package installations

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=25807

How iTunes selects the storefront

Following the itmshack: Grab Album Description Text from the iTunes Music Store article on the O’Reilly Mac DevCenter Blog, and on a Friend’s suggestion, and out of personal interest, I tried to figure out how iTunes specifies the storefront (or...

iWeb without .Mac

For those who are worried that Apple’s new iWeb would only work with a .Mac account, one can read in a footnote on the iWeb web page that: iWeb publishing requires Internet and webserver access (.Mac recommended). I take that...

MacWorld Expo 2006 Keynote

My prediction for tomorrow’s MacWorld Expo Keynote: the new products will be huge! Read on for an exclusive sneak peek. 40-inch iMac 40-inch display; Built-in iSight; Built-in iPod Dock; Apple Extended Remote; TV tuner; Digital TV receiver; Optional wireless satellite...

Mac OS X 10.4.3

My top five anticipated features in Mac OS X 10.4.3: iChat preferences now allow you to display emoticons (such as a smiley face) as text (such as “:-)”) instead of as a graphic. Great for cross-coding monkeys communication. .Mac members...

Apple USB Modem

Apparently, Apple is stopping building modems in every Mac. The new iMac G5 has no built-in modem but you can buy the new Apple USB Modem if you need one. Remember, you saw it on Ölbaum’s Delirium first....

Cocoa Bindings Examples and Hints

http://homepage.mac.com/mmalc/CocoaExamples/controllers.html

GNU Hello

Technical Note TN2137: Building Universal Binaries from "configure"-based Open Source Projects An interesting read. My favourite part: While the GNU Hello program is one of the most complicated "Hello, World" programs ever written, it is still a relatively simple program…...

Mac news

Question to my reader(s): what Mac news site do you read? I'm looking for a good news sites about the Mac but I have difficulty finding one. I ditched MacNN because they constantly mix up the words announce and release...

Patting oneself on the back

AppleInsider: As first predicted by AppleInsider in March, Apple today introduced Mighty Mouse, its next generation mouse with multiple buttons and a scroll ball. What did they predict in March, exactly? According to sources who have so far filed accurate...

Freezing the play order of a shuffled iTunes playlist

The problem with shuffled playlists in iTunes is that if I quit iTunes at the end of the day, relaunch it the next day and want to resume playing the same playlist where I left it, iTunes will shuffle it...

Security Awareness

A bunch of links from a blog I discovered recently. Security Awareness for Ma, Pa and the Corporate Clueless Mad as Hell: I - Switching to Mac Mad as Hell: Why Over The Top? We’re doing what now? Mad As...

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