Good Apple Related Repair Links

Apple’s Customer Installable Parts:
http://www.info.apple.com/usen/cip/
For the latest software versions:
http://www.versiontracker.com/macosx/
Networking 101 and access to Unix help:
http://www.aplawrence.com/Unixart/net101.html
For direct returns of Apple iPods, iSights and exchanges:
http://depot.info.apple.com/
Directions for repairing Apple Base Stations:
http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/index.html
For base stations that are well out of warranty:
http://basestationrescue.com/
Apple Software Updates, Manuals & More:
http://download.info.apple.com/Apple_Support_Area/
Guess what this site does?:
http://fixyourownprinter.com/
Step by step iMac Upgrade/Repair instructions:
http://www.theimac.com/drive_steps.shtml
Links to everything Mac:
http://www.ilenesmachine.com/macos/machardware.shtml
History and details of all the Macs since Apple I & Lisa:
http://www.apple-history.com
Complete list of error codes and troubleshooting:
http://appleerrorcodes.com/

The Wisdom of Warren Buffett

“As I walked into the meeting I was pleasantly surprised to find Mr. Buffett dressed more like a scroungy sophomore chemistry student than the greatest investor of all time…”

Monday Mac Tweek #3

It is Valentines Day today. Have you done your shopping for your loved one yet? I have a great girlfriend and I have gotten most of what I wanted to get her for our first Valentines Day together. I still have some shopping to do, but I am at work right now so I can’t. I can’t celebrate this glorious day by spending all day in bed with my sweetie showering her with gifts. Therefore, it is time to give Safari a little love instead.

We will start this off by downloading AcidSearch. AcidSearch, by Pozytron Software, is a free enhancement to the built in Google search field in your Safari toolbar. Install it and you can search a wide iety of sites, including Amazon, eBay, Versiontracker, Dictionary.com and more, right from your Safari toolbar search field. You can even customize it and add your own.

Next, let’s download and run Safari Debugger. This little utility reveals a hidden “Debug” menu in Safari that gives you a host of useful new options. For instance, have you ever been to a site that claims that “Your Browser is not supported”? This happens especially with Bank websites who’s web monkeys think they are smarter than you. With the debug menu you can now change the “User Agent” and make that site think you are on a Windows box using IE. Another cool feature is the ability to export your bookmarks. Therefore, if you ever want to switch to another browser you can take your bookmarks with you.

What was that? You are a Firefox user? Don’t worry, I have love for you too. Here is a way to give you a little more speed. And here is Sage, a fantastic RSS Sidebar Plugin

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