After royally procrastinating the last OS X upgrade, I figured I’d tackle the OS X Yosemite upgrade a little earlier this time, starting with my least critical machine.
Here you are, having to pay for your Hello Kitty drawing class at the local community college, and the only payment option is sending them a hand-written check.
After I finally upgraded my OS X machine to 10.9 “Mavericks”, I was greeted with a new error almost anytime I wanted to copy a video or similar file from my local box to my NAS:
As we use more and more mobile devices in our lives, an open platform is becoming more, not less important.
Woah it’s been a long time since I last blogged. Busy times. So here you go with a casual Firefox tip:
Over the years, I have written a handful of Firefox add-ons, and I need notifications quite frequently. Why? Most of my add-ons do something in the background at the user’s request, and when it’s done, the user wants to know. Alternatively, if my add-on attempts to do something and fails, the user would see nothing happen at all, unless I somehow tell them.
The other day, I made a thing: