Tag: mac

  • How Not to Use Default Gateway on VPN (PPTP) in Mac OSX

    Well, after searching for hours and hours, I have finally found a solution to a small but troublesome problem. The problem (if you call it that) occurs when I tried connecting to my work’s VPN. Rather than not using my work’s gateway when connected, OSX does this by default. Hence, you can see and hit…

  • Top 2007 WWDC Stories

    If you aren’t subscribed to any Apple/Mac-related newsletters, here’s a couple of asterisks to add to Apple’s history and/or timeline (during this WWDC 2007 next door, from Macworld newsletter): Steve Jobs’ WWDC keynote Revised Desktop, Finder highlight Leopard additions Apple brings Safari to Windows

  • So What’s New In May?

    Hey, hey, hey. May 1st has come and gone and those who have promised themselves to Reboot were either successful, or behind. One of the sites I’m curiously awaiting to check out is Bryan Veloso’s new rendition of AvalonStar.

  • Mac OSX Read and Write to NTFS Drive

    Just in case you guys are trying to use one external drive for both Windows and Mac environments (as in my situation), here’s something that will save you all the grief and hours of sitting in front of your Macs Download the latest MacFUSE Core DMG file and restart Download the latest NTFS-3g + MacFUSE…

  • So Which Should Come First, the Laptop or the Desktop?

    It’s been a great year for laptops I’d say. After sending ginormous ripples throughout the tech-world with Apple announcing that its going to be consuming some Intel baked goods, computer enthusiasts looked more closely at the practical idea of buying a Mac.