ControlPlane Preferences

Automating parts of OSX via ControlPlane

Found an interesting OSX app called “ControlPlane” that allows you to automatically set or change various settings on your mac based on certain triggers. I just started using it to automatically set my network location (so I can have two different sets of custom DNS, etc) between home and WWT, but it will do much more than that based on… Read more →

RealVNC iOS app running on the iPad

RealVNC VNC Viewer

Here’s another quick iOS app review for you… this time it’s a remote desktop app called “RealVNC VNC Viewer”  The app allows you to access your desktop from your iPhone or iPad (there’s also an Android version available, more info here) It’s not multi-protocol, so it won’t connect to RDP or Citrix, only VNC.  Which means it won’t connect to Microsoft Windows… Read more →

Scanner Pro by Readdle

Scanner Pro by Readdle

Scanner Pro by Readdle is a nifty little app that allows you to scan (and auto-adjust/align) documents and business cards. But that’s not the nifty part.  The nifty part is that it will upload the image as either a jpg or PDF to Evernote, Dropbox or Google Drive and  syncs to iCloud so that your scanned docs are available across… Read more →

New mac mini design? Pure speculation

Mac Mini Design

While I’ve been intrigued by the latest Mac Pro design for a desktop machine, I couldn’t see purchasing one as a workstation. I just don’t have the need for that kind of high end machine at the moment. The thought occurred to me however, that if Apple were to apply the same design concept to the Mac Mini then the… Read more →


My Fake ATT Bill…

Tell me if you’ve heard this one before… Looks like my ATT statement is ready, and isn’t nice of them to send me an email notification?  But uh-oh!  Look how much that bill is for!  Surely someone’s made an error!  I’d better click on that link and get this straightened out, pronto! Ok, let’s stop here for a moment and… Read more →

LinkedIn Phishing

  135 million+ members | Manage your professional identity. Build and engage with your professional network. Access knowledge, insights and opportunities. I just received a fraudulent email claiming that my LinkedIn account was locked out.  At first glance the sender appeared legit as did the body of the email and the link that I was supposed to click on to… Read more →

Steve Jobs, 1955 – 2011

  Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them.… Read more →