Saturday, June 30, 2012

dannyliberty:

A space to share and flourish with another human being; maybe we aren’t so all-persons-for-themselves, and not quite you for me and me for you — but me for me, you for you, us for us, and who cares about anything else.

Sunday, June 10, 2012
Cannot believe this the most popular (paid!?!) calendar app for iPhone.

Cannot believe this the most popular (paid!?!) calendar app for iPhone.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Really missing Dave’s in Somerville today.

Genuinely excited about the potential relevancy of Microsoft’s SmartGlass (even I think the name sucks/is confusing) with them putting it on iOS.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Moon

Thursday, April 19, 2012
I met my husband when I was 22. If I felt at the time that I would have to spend the rest of my life having sex with him and only him, I wouldn’t have married him. I would’ve gone out into the world and gallivanted around until I felt like all the sex was out of my system, and I would’ve missed out on sharing my life with the best human being on planet Earth. But in our relationship, we don’t have to get anything out of our systems. Our sex drives are allowed to stick around, to accompany us throughout life, to remain a part of our individual personalities as well as our relationship as a couple. So in that way, I guess we are on fire. But please, don’t assume that we need to be doused. http://thoughtcatalog.com/2012/being-in-an-open-marriage-is-a-lot-like-being-on-fire/
Monday, April 16, 2012

Oh, and Internet? If I had wanted to see Coachella, I would have gone to Coachella.

ben:

Ablogalypse
Thursday, April 12, 2012
finermac:

Photoshop CS6 Beta: New Interface Shortcut Tip | PhotoshopSupport.com

Photoshop CS6 features four different UI color themes and, if you just can’t stay settled, a handy way to switch between them.

finermac:

Photoshop CS6 Beta: New Interface Shortcut Tip | PhotoshopSupport.com

Photoshop CS6 features four different UI color themes and, if you just can’t stay settled, a handy way to switch between them.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

From F-Secure’s debriefing on Flashback (the big Java-vulnerability-exploiting Mac virus)

To complete its installation/infection, Flashback.C requires the user to key in the administrator password. On installation, the installer first checks if the following file is found in the system:

/Library/Little Snitch/lsd

Little Snitch is a firewall program for Mac OS X. If the program is found, the installer will skip the rest of its routine and proceed to delete itself.

If you’re using Little Snitch (as I do, and have been for years), basically the only consumer-level OS X outbound firewall software, you’re protected from Flashback because the virus will delete itself if it sees that there is a system in place to alert the user to it’s presence (or rather, that it is trying to connect to the internet). 

(Source: f-secure.com)