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Building PIL with Freetype2 on Snow Leopard
7 July 2011
13:25
Simple procedure for installing the Python Imaging Library (PIL) with Freetype2 on Mac OS X 10.6
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Lion Sandboxing
28 June 2011
22:40
The application sandboxing feature announced for Mac OS X Lion might be a huge step forward for desktop application security.
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Python on Leopard
31 October 2007
00:33
As I haven't seen anyone writing much about the state of Python development on Mac OS X Leopard, here's a quick rundown. Leopard comes with Python 2.5.1 installed (OS X previously came with Python 2.3). And the interactive interpreter is now quite usable out of the box, as it includes the readline stuff you previously had to install by hand.
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Zune Fun
7 September 2007
00:31
(How´s that for a misleasing headline ;-)
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Quick Look at .Mac Web Gallery
8 August 2007
13:06
Like many others, I had a look the new .Mac Web Gallery feature that Apple announced yesterday. Obviously, it has a beautiful and modern look & feel, for which the developers should be commended.
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New Machinery
25 May 2006
23:37
Two days I ago I received a brand-new MacBook, replacing the 12" PowerBook G4 that I've been using for a bit longer than a year now.
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Safari 1.3
16 April 2005
15:28
Safari 1.3 is out. Dave Hyatt has assembled the highlights of the update. And there's a lot: improvements to CSS and DOM support as well as JavaScript performance; also, support for contenteditable and client-side XSLT.
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iBook hard drive dying – or not?
25 February 2005
13:14
Last week I posted an entry about the hard drive of my iBook 12" dying. I just noticed a story on Ars Technica that describes exactly the problem I've been seeing.
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iBook hard drive dying
16 February 2005
17:54
I'm writing this on an iBook whose hard drive is slowly dying. Stuff that involves disk access is dog slow, and the thing often makes buzzing sounds like it's under pain (which it probably is.) I need to get the drive replaced, but anyway I've also placed an order for a new 12" powerbook. Time was ripe for an upgrade.
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