Even though referer spam isn’t something new to black hat SEOs, WordPress blogs seem to get hit pretty hard with referrer spam these days. Every time somebody clicks a link on a website, the browser sends the originating URL (the URL of the web page that hosts the link) to the target web server. This […]
A few months ago I wrote an article about uneven iMac displays. Apparently, some buyers, represented by Kabateck Brown Kellner LLP, were disturbed enough with the bad display quality of the aluminum iMacs that they choose to file a class action lawsuit against Apple. The lawsuit names inflated claims, concealed inferiorities of the new 20-inch iMac […]
Recently, I got my Apple TV back from repair. After setting up the wireless network connection and trying to connect it to the shared iTunes library on my Mac I was expecting it to show up in iTunes so I could enter the key to pair both devices. Apple TV usually shows up within seconds […]
My iPhone now runs the new version 1.1.4. IPSF still works! Here’s what I did: Downloaded ZiPhone 2.5. If you’re runningVista, make sure you run the executable with administrator permissions Downloaded iTunes 7.6.1 and the 1.1.4 update. Made a backup of all my iPhone settings using iTunes.
The 1.1.3 soft-upgrade is called a soft-upgrade because it won’t update your baseband firmware to the 1.1.3 software level (04.03.13_G). This was necessary because as of today there’s no anySIM hack for the new baseband. Added 2008-2-23: You don’t need Singal.app if you run anySIM 1.1.3 on your IPSF iPhone. I just tested it today […]
Test your aluminum iMac if it has a good or bad display Added 2008-4-1: Apple being sued over iMac display quality! “Dazzling displays: Your photos, movies, and games will come to life in rich, vivid color thanks to the new glossy widescreen display on every iMac. …delivering greater performance for everything from enhancing photos […]
While the installation of the Linux binary for the Unreal Tournament 3 Server is dead simple, some very brave game server administrators apparently chose to run the server with root permissions because there’s no useful server start script. This usually is an exceptionally bad idea for everything that opens ports on an Internet server. Here’s […]