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Morning starts and reviews

Here's one of the little changes I've made in my days over the past two months: More intentional planning every morning and every week. For the home I consider weekly. I have included reviews of my systems as much as my task list. I find that I have too many inboxes to handle, and when they get cluttered, I get …

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Apple Keeps Malware Info from Antivirus Firms: Researcher

Does Apple have important information about malware attacks hidden from anti-virus companies? A prominent security researcher thinks it might be. Patrick Wardle, on what findings we have written many times on the Tom's Guide, last year analyzed a new strain of Mac malware called Windshift. He noticed that Apple had revoked the digital certificate that allows malware to install on …

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Hosted Mountain Lion Server Part 30: SSH Basics

SSH allows you to securely connect to your server. In this screen I go through the connection to your server using SSH. I cover: Here's how to make sure your server is configured to use SSH. How to open TCP port 22 in the firewall to allow access via SSH. How to connect to SSH via the terminal. Some simple …

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Four Mac Apps That Have the Test of Time

Photo by IDG About Macworld, Glenn Fleishman has four independent Mac apps that have survived for 25 years or more: the text editor BBEdit , calculator PCalc, file transfer client Fetch, and graphic editor GraphicConverter. All four have weathered Apple's ups and downs and platform changes. But while BBEdit, PCalc, and GraphicConverter are going strong, the future of Fetch is …

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Apple revises Q1 financial guidance after poor iPhone sales – MacStories

In a letter to investors, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that the company has revised its financial guidance for the holiday financing deadline ending December 29 as follows: Revenue of approximately $ 84 billion Gross margin of approximately 19 percent of the total shares used for the calculation of diluted expenses are approx. 38 percent. Operating costs of approx. $ …

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Leawo Music Recorder Mac 3.0.1 Rolled out with 4K / 5K monitors customized, latest Mac OS 10.14 supported, Registration interface optimized – Press release

Leawo Just launched Music Recorder Mac 3.0.1 with major updates that automatically adapt to 4K / 5K screens and supported Mac OS 10.14. In addition, the registration interface was changed to add utility button as well as other features were optimized. This press release was originally distributed by SBWire Guangdong, China – (SBWIRE) – 01.02.2019 – – Leawo Software, a …

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Vitamin-R 3.03 – Personal productivity tool.

<! [CDATA[ Vitamin-R creates the optimal conditions for your brain to work best at structuring your work into short bursts of distraction-free, highly focused activity alternating with opportunities for renewal, reflection and intuition. The built-in task logging and statistics features create a positive momentum towards productivity by providing feedback on your progress and achievements. Features Time Slice Your Work. Vitamin-R …

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Quick Tip: Get the Mac Dock to Show Running Apps Only

Wednesday, January 2, 2019 | Author: Steve Sande MacOS Dock is designed to create launch programs and switch between them as easy as finding the app's icon and clicking on it. Sometimes the Dock may be a bit confusing if you have selected "Keep In Dock" for many apps and you have collected many static dock icons as well as …

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Open Thread: Does Apple Need New Leadership? – MacDailyNews

A five-year-old death-phase design failure is what Apple sells as its flagship "professional" Mac today. Apple died on September 12, 2017 by AirPower, an Apple-designed wireless charging accessory that they claimed was "coming in 2018." That's 2019. No AirPower. Apple's latest iPhones were called as idiotic as you are because Apple SVP Phil Schiller says, "I love cars and things …

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