A while back, I posted on how you could monitor your Intel SSD under Mac OS X using smartmontools. With the addition of a new iMac to my home office, I again updated to the latest smartmontools (6.0 at the time of this post), but it didn’t have all the information about the Apple 128GB… Read More »
I’ve been chatting with @garyorenstein on Twitter about his upgrade from the stock spinning rust HDD in his MacBook Pro, to an Intel 320 Series SSD. This is an upgrade that I’ve undertaken before. I started thinking about endurance. Commercial grade MLC SSD products have a bad reputation for early wear-out. I wanted to see… Read More »
Check out Meitar Moscovitz’s blog, specifically the article about how to use the Mac OS X terminal session to sniff WiFi and output standard (Wireshark compatible) .CAP files. Cool stuff!
If you use both Mac and Windows, check out Stephen Foskett’s blog on How To Write To Windows NTFS Drives In Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard”.
I just got back from vacation and upgraded my iPad to IOS 4.2 And quickly found out that AirPrint is only supported with a limited set of printers today. A bit of browsing around, I found AirPrint Hacktivator. It’s based on some investigation done by several people who used old Apple files from pre-releases of… Read More »