I've been editing my movies using iMovie on our mid-2011 iMac. Lately, it's beginning to show its age -- it takes a while to launch the application, and it often hangs. I don't have the budget for a new one so I opted for the next best thing -- upgrade the memory! The stock set... Continue Reading →
Yesterday late afternoon, a stranger approached me. She introduced herself and told me that she's from one of the TV Production units. They're going to present to one of company's top executives in a few minutes and they don't have a Mac VGA adapter. She's asking if she can borrow mine. She seemed to look... Continue Reading →
I upgraded my Macbook's hard drive to 500GB and, with the help of my Time Machine back-up, I was able to get it up to speed in just a few hours. It was such a wonderful experience with the Mac's step by step process that I can't imagine doing it any other way. All I... Continue Reading →
I'm blogging via my Mac's Blogger widget. Now I don't know if this will get published so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.Update: Didn't work that well. Probably it's because I'm out of space in my Tripod account.
It seems the Apple bug is slowly infecting people in the office. First, it was the now-defunct Big Dipper with their Power Mac G4s, then it was Gramps with his iBook. Now there are more and more people in the office using Macs. There's me, Gwen, Mia, Charles, a couple of guys from Solucient and... Continue Reading →
Everything's so simple, I'm just so amazed, and because of that I'm sounding like an Apple fanboy! So you shoot videos using Pure Digital's Flip Video Ultra and you have means to share these on YouTube or Kyte. Now comes the missing link - Apple's iMovie from the iLife '08 suite.It's so easy that I... Continue Reading →
I've been toying with the idea of installing Ubuntu in my old Pentium desktop PC. Some of the tech guys in the office have changed their laptop's OS to Ubuntu and not only was the user interface very nice, their machines were relatively faster. To be absolutely honest, it really remind me of Mac OSX,... Continue Reading →
I'm lovin' Leopard's new widget maker! It's so fuckin' easy to make a widget from almost any webpage. All you have to do is click on the Clip It button in Safari and select the part that you'd like to be your widget just like you would crop a picture, click on save and it's... Continue Reading →