Posts tagged as 'Apple'

2011
06
Nov

Add a digital signature to a PDF using Preview

Apple always builds all kinds of hidden things into their stuff. Today I had to sign a contract. The contract was sent over as a PDF. I really didn’t want to print it, sign it, and mail or fax it back or rescan it and email it back. I don’t have a scanner and I … Continue reading

2011
18
Jul

Setting Up Virtual Hosts in Zend Server CE on OS X

What is a virtual host? Virtual hosting is a method for hosting multiple domain names on a computer using a single IP address. Shared hosting uses this same method for all of the sites they host. Aren’t those URLs you use in Zend Server getting pretty ugly? Would you like to change http://localhost/my/awesome/website into http://www.super-awesome.local … Continue reading

2011
16
Jul

Installing Zend Server CE on OS X: A Guide For the Terminal Timid

I use MAMP Pro both at home and at work for development. It quick, it’s easy and I really don’t have to fiddle with it a lot after it is set up. It’s perfect for me. At work we have a project to be built with Codeigniter sitting on a Linux machine but we wanted … Continue reading

2011
09
Feb

Run Mac OSX in 64bit

If you are using a Mac computer, chances are, you probably aren’t taking advantage of the 64bit kernel that is built in. To check if you are using 32bit or 64bit; Click on the Apple logo Click on “More Info…” When the System Profiler window opens, on the left side, click on “System” On the … Continue reading

2010
31
Jul

Really?

Really? I have to restart my computer for 6Kb?

2010
09
Mar

Menu Items

I guess I never noticed it, but I have a lot of menu icons! In order from left to right is: Adium Waveboard Tweetie BetterTouchTool Alfred Dropbox Google Notifier – Calendar Google Notifier – GMail Caffeine MobileMe Sync Time Machine Bluetooth Wireless Audio/Volume Time Spotlight Check out a screenshot of all of them on my … Continue reading