Category Archives: Geek / Tech
Sounds like Sony has implemented their Copyright control on movies encoded with Cinavia technology. Most of the movies I watch are downloaded from the web. Most of them are available to me on Lovefilm, a monthly service I pay for … Continue reading
Adobe are now offering a solution for students/freelancers which sounds viable. Instead of shelling out the $US900 or whatever to keep, you can just borrow the software for a while. This scheme seems to be targeting the inbetweener developer/designer who … Continue reading
Google announced (a while ago) a module to Apache 2.2, ‘mod_pagespeed’ will automatically optimise webpages, serving up content faster to your consumers. mod_pagespeed is an open-source Apache module that automatically optimizes web pages and resources on them. It does this … Continue reading
This is one of my pet peeves.
Below is how to throttle your network bandwidth on OS X
I work in the web industry for a reason. Because I can’t stand stupid websites which confuse the crap out of crapheap. Especially when they’re Flash websites which load and load and load without any sort of cancel function. “Sound … Continue reading
If you are living outside of the US and want to watch those TV shows offered to the Americans, you can. There are a couple of ways to do this, using a proxy via SSH is a great way to … Continue reading
Finally, after months and months of waiting the beta for Audition is finally out. Originally created by Syntrillium, Cool Edit Pro was bought by Adobe and turned into “Audition”. A powerful audio editing tool for PC has now landed for … Continue reading
Around August this year, my Mac had started doing silly things. At first I thought it was software, and didn’t really want to reinstall everything, so left it – hoping it would go away (just like like a unsightly rash).