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Syncing Your iCal with Google Calendar

Syncing Your iCal with Google Calendar

While Windows and Linux users can easily sync their desktop calendars to Google Calendar via GCal Daemon, there is no free and easy option to sync Mac Leopard iCal with Google Cal. All this is set to change as Calgoo, the online and desktop syncing application, become free. Once configured, Calgoo Connect will sync your […]

Portable Firefox For OS X

Portable Firefox For OS X

When Portable Apps released their portable Firefox, it is meant to be used only on Windows. Now, with the release of Portable Firefox OSX, Mac users can also enjoy the benefit of bringing the Firefox everywhere they go, even on their iPod. Portable Firefox OSX is developed by FreeSMUG (Free Open Source Software Mac User […]

Running Internet Explorer on Mac

Running Internet Explorer on Mac

Internet Explorer is the proprietary product of Microsoft and getting it to work in Linux and Mac can be a hassle. It is not that I care or love IE, but the fact that every time I designed a Web site or WordPress theme that looks great in Firefox, Safari and Opera, I can be […]

Turn Your Ubuntu Hardy to Mac OSX Leopard

Turn Your Ubuntu Hardy to Mac OSX Leopard

Updated: The updated version of this tutorial for Ubuntu Intrepid can be found at Turn Ubuntu Intrepid into Mac Leopard. You can’t really turn a Linux system to a Mac, but you definitely can make your Ubuntu Hardy looks like a Mac OSX Leopard. If you want to change this into , follow the steps […]

10 Free Mac applications You Can’t Live Without

10 Free Mac applications You Can’t Live Without

There are thousand of great applications for the Mac OSX, and many of them come with a price. For someone who are used to using open-source software, or just don’t feel like paying the money for every single app, here is a list of the top 10 free applications that you (seriously) cannot live without. […]

[Mac]: Keeping Your Application Window ‘Always On Top’

[Mac]: Keeping Your Application Window ‘Always On Top’

What seems to be a simple task in Linux turns out to be almost impossible in Mac. One of my favorite feature in Ubuntu is the ability to keep some of my application windows ‘always on top’ so that I can refer to them easily. When I switched to Mac, it turns out that this […]

How to Transfer Music From iPhone/iPod Touch to Your PC

How to Transfer Music From iPhone/iPod Touch to Your PC

iPhone/iPod Touch users will know that while it is easy to sync music from iTunes to your iPod, it certainly does not work the other way round. It may be a great security feature by Apple, but it has definitely caused lot of inconvenience to its users. Luckily, there are lots of easy way to […]

Customize Your OSX Dock With SuperDocker

Customize Your OSX Dock With SuperDocker

Update: Superdocker has been discontinued. Some people love the new dock in OSX Leopard. Some hate it and trying to find ways to change it. If you belong to the latter, SuperDocker might be what you need. SuperDocker allows you to easily customize your OSX dock. Not only can you switch between a 2D or […]

How to Check MD5 Hash?

How to Check MD5 Hash?

MD5 is a message digest algorithm that takes a message of arbitrary length and produces a 128-bits digital signature of the message. It is most widely used for verifying the integrity of the file downloaded from the Web. Since it is almost impossible to produce the same digital signature from different message, by simply comparing […]

[Mac OSX] Remote Control Your iTunes via iChat

[Mac OSX] Remote Control Your iTunes via iChat

Let’s say you have more than one Mac in your house – one is in your living room, meant for entertainment purpose, while another one is in your room, for work-related stuff. Now, from your room’s Mac, you can remote control the iTunes in the living room’s Mac to play the songs you want.