Archive for the 'Jayvee's Posts' Category

Virtual Tour of the Apple Campus

Sunday, September 3rd, 2006

Thanks to the power of Redbug Technologies’ Virtual Tours, we get to see a simple navimap of 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino. Sadly, we only get to see what’s on the periphery of the Apple Campus, which is quite understandable since Steve would kill us for peeping into their R&D of the Apple Smartphone.
You […]

How to make that switch

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

Apple has tweaked their switch campaign a bit by introducing the many means and ways for PC to Mac switchers to migrate their data as seamlessly as possible. Some of these methods include asking a genius to do it to making use of a KVM switch.
Useful? It’s logically the next step to the I’m […]

How to wear your iPod earphones: a pet peeve

Saturday, August 12th, 2006

Former AfterMac editor Adel Gabot writes about how he gets really pissed off to see people with iPods yet don’t know the proper way to wear the earphones. He comes from a radio background so he knows his stuff.
Don’t let him catch you.

Check his piece here.

There is a way to tell if iPod earphones […]

Fenetres Volantes “flying windows” screen saver

Monday, August 7th, 2006

No it isn’t a new Latin band. It’s the name of a really cool screen saver i use, as given to me by former TAM blogger, Adel Gabot.
Based on experience, Volantes doesn’t take up a lot of processor resources because after switching back and forth from screen saver mode with my 800MHz iBook, I still […]

Hack that Mac!

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

Here’s a recent article showing how you can hack an Intel MacBook and get into the nitty gritty (ala Nacho Libre) of things. Scary? Well, not really, since you can also do these on your PCs. The ivory tower is down.
The video shows Ellch and Maynor targeting a specific security flaw in the Macbook’s wireless […]

Clark Kent returns to the modern world

Tuesday, July 25th, 2006

After searching for life in his homeworld, Superman returns as Clark Kent and discovers how much earth has evolved without him.
[Source | Via WinZu]

Should Microsoft even mention it?

Sunday, July 23rd, 2006

You know if I were Microsoft, I’d stick to the plan of JUST CREATING a kick-ass device that could play music, allow you to download songs from the Internet and have some community sharing feature. Yes, I’ll have a white version and that wheel thing too. I’ll even make the screen bigger!
Then I’d call […]

Guitar Pro 5

Wednesday, July 19th, 2006

Cary from Electric Guitar Review has showed us a preview of the new Guitar Pro 5 application for Mac OS X. You can read all about the new release here.
Some of its features include:
* Write entire scores for guitar or bass, with input via MIDI, or through the easy to use interface.

Yahoo! Messenger 3.0 Beta 1

Tuesday, July 11th, 2006

So who hasn’t yet downloaded the new YM for Mac?
Moving on from the longest hiatus ever, Yahoo! released a huge update to Yahoo! Messenger a few days ago. I can go on and on about how it handles a lot of the features we see in Windows - but there is nothing better than the […]

VH1 Mac Ad parody

Tuesday, July 11th, 2006

Good ol friend WinZu has linked up a really funny parody of the Mac ads from VH1. You can check it out here.