Category: Tools

  • Mac OS X 10.3: Using an HP Photosmart Printer

    Mac OS X 10.3: Using an HP Photosmart Printer Mac OS X 10.3: Using an HP Photosmart Printer Install driver version 2.3.6 or later to use an HP Photosmart printer with Mac OS X Panther. HP Photosmart printer driver version 2.3.5 does not work with Mac OS X 10.3. When you try to print, the…

  • Konfabulator!

    Konfabulator! Ok, so this definitely rocks. Not sure if this came before or after Geek Tool, but I like, I like… 🙂 Link to share this:

  • Automatic Dimensionizer

    Automatic Dimensionizer The Dimensionizer The Dimensionizer is a contextual menu plugin for Mac OS X that allows you to discover the dimensions (height and width) of virtually any image with a single click. Best of all, you don’t even have to remember the dimensions to use them. Just select the menu item representing an image,…

  • iPhoto plugin for export to Ceiva?

    We gave my grandmother a Ceiva Internet picture receiver frame for Christmas last year. I’ve been stinking at keeping it full of interesting and fresh pics. So now that I have my shiny new 15″ Powerbook, I really, really would like to have an “Export to Ceiva” plugin option. Googling it doesn’t seem to turn…

  • Testing out posting from ecto

    This is a test of using ecto on my new Powerbook to post an entry. Oh yeah, did I mention that I just [finally] upgraded from OLD AND BUSTED G3 300mhz to NEW HOTNESS 15″ 1.5Ghz Powerbook running OS 10.3? Oh yeah. ecto is sporting iPhoto integration. HOWEVER, trying to use it with my current…

  • PsyncX – free backup software for OS 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3

    PsyncX – free backup software for OS 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3 What is PsyncX? PsyncX is nothing but a wrapper for psync. What that means is that PsyncX uses an existing free Unix application written by Dan Kogai, psync. Hence the name PsyncX (yes, I know it isn’t very original, but I thought it would…

  • Bypass Compulsory Web Registration (This is to deal with those pesky registrations like at, even though I have one that I use.) Link to share this:

  • Perl Web-based calendar: Plans

    Plans – Features Features Sharp-looking Plans is the nicest-looking web calendar. Plans has several downloadable themes available. CSS-based layout makes it easy to match the colors & fonts with your website. Open Source Plans is licensed under the GPL. You can freely modify the code for your needs. Many organizations have done so. Multiple Calendars…

  • OSSIM (Open Source Security Information Management)

    OSSIM (Open Source Security Information Management) OSSIM aims to unify network monitoring, security, correlation and qualification in one single tool. Using Snort, Acid, Mrtg, NTOP, OpenNMS, nmap, nessus and rrdtool we want the user to have full control over every network or security aspect. Link to share this:

  • Get Firefox

    Firefox is an awesome browser. Get it. Use it. Love it. Link to share this:

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