Posts related to Apple
20 December 2014 - Apple horsepower
Mac Mini’s and Pro’s in the NSOC.
05 September 2013 - Mobile office
It’s been nearly impossible to balance everything that I have going on lately. Most of the frustration has been the out-of-pocket issue, while driving over the mountains. I was stuck with either dropping a few projects, or bringing the office with me. The initial setup is a simple 13″ MacBook Pro with an AT&T MiFi […]
11 October 2011 - My first book to be published this week
Excited and relieved that this week is looking promising for the actual release of my book “iPhone Applications Tune-Up”. A few delays caused by the release of iOS 5 and a new version of Xcode made this a more than lengthy process. More than likely it will be some time before I write another; mostly […]
26 July 2011 - Hope for others… M-Audio Fast Track Pro
A/V Addiction I mentioned in a few earlier blog posts that I recently began dabbling in the audio / video world. Amongst my dabbling, a few of my first purchases happen to be an M-Audio Fast Track Pro and a set of KRK Rokit studio monitor speakers. Initially connecting and setting up the new device […]
29 June 2011 - Final Cut Pro X – First time usage
The net is buzzing with fierce and fiery comments about Apple and their recently released Final Cut Pro X. However, for me it doesn’t really matter. I’ve played with previous releases of FCP and although there is no doubt that Apple released FCPX very and admittedly early, for the non-pro user (like myself), it is […]
25 February 2011 - Woohoo! Pre-order: iPhone Applications Tune-Up
Well, my first published book is now available for pre-order and it’s details are now public. To sum it up, it’s an action-thriller set in the medieval age of war-torn eastern Europe filled with empirical struggles between feudalism and aristocratic ideals. It’s not well known that Objective-C played a pivotal role in the dismantling of […]
15 January 2011 - Chapter 8 is off to the publisher!
Cliché, I know — but time has absolutely flown by. It’s very hard to believe that the first draft of chapter 8 has made it off to the publisher and only a handful of chapters remain before ultimately, my first book will be published. I recently printed the entire book up to this point and […]
07 October 2010 - 3D is not always better! 2D Snow Leopard Dock.
defaults write com.apple.dock no-glass -boolean YES killall Dock I’ve never really been sold on the 3D dock in Snow Leopard and gave it a good 3 or 4 month run… but in the end, ultimately decided to go back to the 2D style where I think the dock belongs. ~moses
01 October 2010 - Chapter one. done. See what I did there?
Well, done is stretching it a bit actually. Chapter 1 was sent off to the publisher but of course there is a considerable amount of work to be done before a chapter is finalized and accepted. A colleague of mine with authoring experience predicted 2 hours per page for technical writing. I have to admit […]
16 September 2010 - Nessus iPhone App
Yesterday, Tenable Network Security, Inc. released Nessus for the iPhone. I’m pretty excited to see more of these types of Apps showing up on mobile devices. The information security sector although very technical by nature seems to have been left behind when it comes to usability and native integration. Our industry needs and wants more […]