kdf on July 5th, 2009

Tweet Recently 3 of my friends came into the fold of fellow iPhone owners. Here’s a listing of what apps I currently have on my iphone and why I like then or why I never use them. Screen one (the left side) has the apps I use most often. The Chronometer app is a collection [...]

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kdf on July 3rd, 2007

Tweet Quicksilver is an incredibly elegant, simple, and powerful utility used to start programs or perform certain tasks with your Mac. This fellow has created an excellent tutorial on how to use it.    If you’re not using Quicksilver, do yourself a favor and start.

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Doug on September 20th, 2006

Tweet Here’s an exceptionally cool Mac feature that I just learned of. Pressing the ESC key after typing in a character or part of a word while in iChat, Mail, TextEdit, etc. will reveal a drop down menu. This menu contains all the words your computer knows that begin with that combination of letters! Pretty [...]

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kdf on September 13th, 2006

Tweet I can’t believe how many people don’t know about versiontracker.com. At this site you’ll find a link to the most current version of any software you’re using.

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