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iPhoto duplicates

Since I have my iPhone 4 I have noticed that iPhoto sometimes imports things twice from my iPhone, so I end up with some duplicates. I don’t know if this is due to the fact that I have tons of photos in the iPhone and in the iPhoto, or that this is the 4th iPhone synchronizing with […]

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Sparrow, new email client for Mac

I came across a new email client for Mac: Sparrow Sparrow is in beta (v6) and it is free. It works with Google and Google apps, and the advantages that has over Mac Mail is that you can archive and see labels, pretty much like you see it in the web, with conversations, etc…. It is beautiful, […]

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GTD: Todos, Task managers… iPhone, desktop, cloud… no perfect solution

Objective: I would like to mange my Getting Things Done (GTD) using a task manager (or todo manager) that: Most of the inputs will be on my mobile device: now an iPhone, but in the future probably android. That it can be done offline on my phone when I am roaming, it is synchronized. Synchronization […]

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Mac tip: Save PDF to Web Receipt folder

This is a small tip that can be helpful for those buying stuff via internet. When you are done with the transaction and you have the receipt on the screen, what do you normally do? Well in most cases you print it out, then you don’t know if the printer is on, if there is […]

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How to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS with iOS4

Well, two days ago iOS4 was out. Two days later dev-team has released Pwnage Tool 4.01 to jailbrake your iPhone 3GS. First make sure that: If you have a Jailbroken iPhone 3GS with the OLD BOOTROM and you DID NOT use Spirit to jailbreak then you can create the ipsw with PwnageTool 4.0 and restore […]

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Stick with me, baby!: Cool Mac stickers

A group of designers living and working in Barcelona for Herraiz Soto & Co created a family of stickers to personalize the Apple logo on the MacBook with some hair. Clearly, these designers are not business types. If you’re a Mac user (like me) you may relate. The collection is called Stick With Me Baby. I don’t […]

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Mac OSX 10.6.4 is out

Mac OS X 10.6.4 is out and with it, Mail 4.3 which breaks GrowlMail, Letterbox, Letter Opener and DockStar. All but DockStar fixed though. To fix Growl Download a pre-patched GrowlMail.bundle and drop it in your ~/Library/Mail/Bundles/ directory. If you want it available to multiple users on your system, use /Library/Mail/Bundles/ Download: GrowlMail.mailbundle To fix Letter […]

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PadLock and iAlertU protect your iPad, iPod or iPhone and your Mac

PadLock is a software that protects your iPad, iPhone or iPod when they are plugged to your computer. So imagine that you are at work and you leave your iPhone charging with the USB cable, then this little software will trigger an alarm if someone disconnects your phone. You can download it here. This software reminds […]

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CloudApp: sharing files in the cloud elegantly

CloudApp allows you to share images, links, music, videos and files. Here is how it works: choose a file, drag it to the menubar and they take care of the rest. Thy provide you with a short link automatically copied to your clipboard that you can use to share your upload with co-workers and friends. Additionally you can view, track and delete files […]

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Mac latest update of the timemachine

I updated my mac and one of the new updates was the timemachine. I am running my time machine backing up in a Samba server (linux machine). This new update is deletes your old time machine in order to create a new one probably in a newer and more stable format. I decided to go […]

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Paste without formatting by default on a mac

Here’s something I know affects plenty of users out there. Have you ever pasted text in a document or email message, only to have it formatted differently than all the text around it? Irritating, right? There’s an answer, thanks to the Keyboard & Mouse pane in System Preferences. If you click the Keyboard Shortcuts tab, […]

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Amazing Inklet trackpad tablet app for MacBook

The Inklet app essentially converts your multitouch trackpad in your MacBook into a drawing tablet by adding pressure sensitivity when using with a Pogo Sketch, as well as “advanced palm rejection” which lets you rest your hand while drawing or writing. As you can see in one of the videos after the break, you can […]

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TuneUp

TuneUp is a tool that will allow clean up your itunes digital music collections which are probably a mess… rename tracks like track01, add the cover, album and so… and automatically. I did posted previously about another one: pollux but looks it does not work anymore….

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Paperless? Neat Receipts for Mac

Seriously considering one of these…

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Pollux for iTunes

Pollux for iTunes will help you to stop worrying about organizing your music library again ✹ Completely automatic and easy to use ✹ Tags name, artist, album, album art, genre, year, and lyrics ✹ Analyzes the track’s unique fingerprint, so it can never be wrong ✹ No existing track information necessary ✹ Automatically corrects each […]

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