About Jeffry Thurana

Jeffry Thurana is a self-proclaimed writer who blog about self-improvement in "Supersubconscious" and manages an Indonesian tech blog “InterNeTips“. He actually thinks there are 30 hours everyday and claims to be able to control your mind.

Articles by Jeffry Thurana

Keep Your File List Fresh – Mac Only

Keep Your File List Fresh – Mac Only

Here are three among many things I really hate about files downloaded from the internet: – sometimes they use extremely crazy name such as “ad724bcb-0e34-b538-b712-1e4cc553c114.flv” or “ix5rba2UjXQ.mp4″ (They are real names, I didn’t make them up). – sometimes they are saved not with the date they were downloaded but with the date they were created. […]

Three Free Clipboard Managers for Mac

Three Free Clipboard Managers for Mac

Ask anybody who uses computer what command he/she uses most and you will likely have Copy, Cut and Paste among the tops. Basically, everytime you Copy or Cut an item, it will be stored in the clipboard to be put wherever you do the Paste command. These are extremely useful, not only for text-related activity […]

How To Perfect Your Quicktime In Mac With Two Simple Tools

How To Perfect Your Quicktime In Mac With Two Simple Tools

Could you – a normal computer user like me – list down all the multimedia formats available today? It’s a rhetorical questions and everybody knows the answer. There are tons of formats out there, each with the fanatic followers. And there are also tons of multimedia player designed either for a specific of general formats. […]

Two Alternative PDF Readers For Mac

Two Alternative PDF Readers For Mac

Despite the many competitions, we can safely say that the default electronic document format accepted by the mass is “portable document format” or more known by the abbreviation: PDF. One of the reasons I was glad to switch from Windows to Mac is the support for PDF. Creating and viewing PDF files are second to […]

Mac: Switching Your Windows Easily With Witch

Mac: Switching Your Windows Easily With Witch

How many applications do you open at one time on you Mac? One? Not likely. Ten? Possible. My MacBook white always runs at least three applications at a time, with several windows for each and a constant switching among them. I’m not much of a mouse person. I prefer to use keyboard and shortcuts whenever […]

OnlyWire: One Bookmark Tool to Rule Them All

OnlyWire: One Bookmark Tool to Rule Them All

One of the trends of Web 2.0 era is bookmark sharing through social sites. Whenever someone finds something interesting in the web, he/she will then bookmark it using one of the bookmarking service and allows the bookmark to be shared with others. This is one of the most powerful way for a site to be […]

Make Review And Make Friends With Ciao

Make Review And Make Friends With Ciao

A wise man once said that we are not living in the “information” era anymore. We are living in the “filtering the information” era. We are bombarded by the over bloated information available out there that it becomes annoyingly difficult for us to sort the good from the bad. That’s why community-based review sites like […]

Moving Data From The Old Mac To The New

Moving Data From The Old Mac To The New

We all know that Apple is one of the companies which (in)famous for their hobby to constantly release mouth-watering products. Those fanboy whose will strength is not that strong would always be tempted to constantly replace their belongings with the latest breeds. The problem is, when you switch your machine(s), you also have to move […]

Calq: A Quick Calculator At Your Fingertips

Calq: A Quick Calculator At Your Fingertips

I don’t know about how everybody else work, but I am the kind of person who always need to do quick calculations. From a simple “how much is the change” or “how much should I pay for everything” to something like “how much IDR (Indonesian Rupiah – my country currency) should I pay for this […]