Big changes to podfeet.com – breaking the giant blog post of doom into little chunks throughout the week. I got to be a guest screencaster for Don McAllister’s Screencasts Online doing a show about iThoughtsX for the Mac and iThoughtsHD for the iPad. Should be available soon in the next episode of the SCO Magazine too for iPad. Why Dave Hamilton of the Mac Geek Gab rocks. In Dumb Question Corner David Bogdan asks how to get Safari to stop offering us push notifications (Clarify tutorial here). Wil Wheaton answers an 11 year old girl’s question about being a nerd (Video on Youtube.). Store and Secure Your MagSafe 2 Adapter with MagCozy. Tiny Portable Tripods for Your Smartphone or Tablet from Square Jellyfish. Discover New iOS Apps with TAPPD. Let Your iPhone Tell You the Value of a Resistor with ResistorVision – interview by Kirschen Seah of freerangecoder.com. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 17 of n – Regular Expressions.
Main Topic – Regular Expressions
Taming the Terminal Part 17 of n – Regular Expressions: http://www.bartbusschots.ie/blog/?p=3542
- OpenBSD fork OpenSSL to create a new stripped-down version called LibreSSL – the aim, to have a smaller and easier to maintain, and hence hopefully more secure, open source implementation of SSL (don’t jump in too quick though, Continue reading “CCATP – Taming the Terminal Part 17 of n with Bart Busschots”
Who knows more, AppleCare or Allison? netchimp.co.uk if you can’t delete email on your iOS device. Unlocking fun fighting with AT&T but joy with Verizon. WordPress.com interview from New Media Expo. How I got my own IP address blacklisted from my own website with ScreenSteps! In Taming the Terminal part 16 of n, we talk about “Crossing the Streams”.
Switch to the Shure Digital x2u XLR to USB interface to improve my audio. NosillaCast is now on Stitcher Radio at stitcher.com. Terry Austin of IntelligentElectrons.com teases us with a partial review of Voice Dream Reader which works with OCR apps to read documents to you in fabulous voices. Dr. Bott sent me a box of tech goodies and I started reviewing some of the products this week. I really liked the Skech Rise iPhone case and the Airframe Portable Car Mount, also available at Amazon. Kirschen Seah of FreeRangeCoder.com reviews the iOS Mail application Dispatch. Clarify 2 goes into public beta, get it at clarify-it.com and Clarify is in a cool bundle at paddle.com. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 15 – Plumbing.
Make sure you get to Macworld | iWorld in time to see me do my Tech Talk on Thursday March 27th! And early bird registration ends on 28 February so be sure to sign up early. Interview from New Media Expo with Nataša Dukanović about the .Me domain name. In Dumb Question Corner, Yadiel Sotomayor asks about key modifiers during boot up and I explain each of them as outlined in Apple knowledge base article HT1533 and tell you what problem they solve. In another “Dumb” question, Slau asks if there’s a way he can control a Mac remotely but actually be able to hear the other Mac’s audio, and I found the solution at bionoren.com. I do a review of PortraitPro from portraitprofessional.com which allows you to “improve” portraits like the pros (spoiler, I liked it enough to buy it). In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 14, where he explains how to create aliases and prompts.
I give my review of the TMAX 9HD Android Tablet from APEX that’s only $100, I explain why we HAD to get a new Airport Extreme…for the children, how to find your family members with Siri. In Taming the Terminal Part 13, Bart unravels the mystery that is the PATH.
More posts coming to podfeet.com, and don’t forget to go to mactopics.de/nosillacast to try to win a copy of Clarify this week. Two new interviews from Streaming Media West. First we talk to Telestream Project Manager Kevin Lauden about Switch, a not-yet-released multimedia player for OSX now that QuickTime is being deprecated, and Episode which is a video transcoder for Mac and Windows. Our second interview is with Ahn Le from Shoelace Wireless where he demonstrates a not-yet-released app that allows you to combine Internet connections to get faster speeds. Two new Clarify tutorials are up on podfeet.com – How to Create Return Address Labels Using Apple Contacts and How to Create To: Labels Using Apple Contacts. In Chit Chat Across the Pond, Bart takes us into Taming the Terminal part 12 – The Environment.
I got to be on MacBreak Weekly #378 – Apple Black List over at twit.tv/mbw. I did some super fun disk speed tests from an external 5400RPM Thunderbolt drive to the PCIe SSD in the new MacBook Pro using Blackmagic Disk Speed Test application from the Mac App Store – here’s a link to the results and here’s the results of the PCIe SSD. Knightwise from the Knightwise Podcast tells us about the Linux Elementary OS as a solution for what to do with a Mac that just won’t die. in Dumb Question Corner Bart asks what are pivot tables are and what problem they solve, and I explain using the free and open source Libre Office instead of Excel. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 11 of n – Viewing and Editing Text Files.
In Errata I am successfully corrected by EVERYONE that CrashPlan definitely does let you back up external drives. Then I walk you through why I think you should consider moving your data manually to a new machine instead of using Migration Assistant. I cover how to move missing fonts, how not to move your bookmarks, how to reconnect your CrashPlan backups to your new machine and why you should make sure to find everything in your ~/Library/Application Support folder, and don’t forget to email yourself a copy of your email certificate to keep your signed/encrypted email. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 10 of N – mastering the Manual Pages.
Updated info on iThoughtsX from toketaware.com and how you CAN use cloud syncing and you CAN share a license in your house. Awful Apple Genius Bar experience was so bad I wrote to Tim Cook…and got help. Terry Austin, aka twitter.com/ielectrons reviews Pocket Casts from shiftjelly.com. I review the RAVPower Dynamo On-The-Go Power Bank, a 14,000 mAH charger. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 9 of n (Controlling Processes).