Month: June 2012

  • How to Build your own Hackintosh!

    For the past 4 years, I’ve been doing most of my work on what is known as a Hackintosh. That is, if you haven’t heard of it, the Mac OS X system installed on non-Apple hardware. Around the time I did my first build, it was restricted by  a limited choice of hardware and required quite a bit […]

  • What Do You Think Of My Site?

    I’d really like to know what you think of my website. It’s as easy as clicking one of the alternatives down below. Don’t worry, it’s only one question. But if you got some time, I would really appreciate it, if you could also leave a comment in the feedback area at the bottom. It would […]

  • The Lively Morgue

    I love this Tumblr. The New Your Times Photo-bog: The Lively Morgue For generations, most of the photographs housed in the newsroom archive of The New York Times — known affectionately as “the morgue” — have been hidden away from the public eye in filing cabinets and manila folders. There are exceptions, of course. The newspaper […]

  • Unifying all blogs!

    As I run several blogs online, I’m trying out “Managewp” to manage all blogs from one dashboard. This could be a handy feature in the sense of posting to several blogs at once, since the pages I run are quite connected. I understand that this would be in a sense a double post that eventually could flood the […]