Friday, 4 November 2011

Gizmo's Freeware: Updated: Best Free Windows 7 and Vista 64 bit Software

Gizmo's Freeware: Updated: Best Free Windows 7 and Vista 64 bit Software

Link to Gizmo's Freeware: Top selections

Updated: Best Free Windows 7 and Vista 64 bit Software

Posted: 04 Nov 2011 12:36 AM PDT

Editor Remah recently took over this category and has already made some important updates to the page. If you are running a 64 bit system this is a must-read-article. It not only covers pure 64 bit apps but 32 bit apps that run well on 64 bit systems.

OS X Daily: Get a Calendar in the Mac OS X Menu Bar with Day-O, a Date & Time Replacement

OS X Daily: Get a Calendar in the Mac OS X Menu Bar with Day-O, a Date & Time Replacement

Link to OS X Daily

Get a Calendar in the Mac OS X Menu Bar with Day-O, a Date & Time Replacement

Posted: 03 Nov 2011 04:10 PM PDT

Day-O Clock and Calendar Menu Bar Replacement for Mac OS X

One of my longstanding peeves with Mac OS X is the lack of a pull-down calendar in the menubars default Date & Time settings. If you click on the time, instead of seeing something useful like a calendar or more date/time details, you just have options to set an analog clock or open Preferences. I’ll stop complaining, because now a little app called Day-O solves that problem. Day-O offers an attractive and functional replacement to OS X’s Date & Time, plus it’s free to download.

Download Day-O now (direct link) or visit the developers site

For best results, I’d recommend disabling the default clock and just using Day-O, here’s how:

  • Open “System Preferences” from the  Apple menu
  • Choose “Date & Time” under the ‘System’ group
  • Click on the “Clock” tab and uncheck the box next to “Show date and time in menu bar”

Now you won’t need to open up iCal every time you just want to see what day of the week a certain falls on. And yes, you can disable the little miniature date icon too.

Day-O is a free menu bar calendar and clock replacement for Mac OS X

Random trivia: the app is named after a Harry Belefonte song. Nice find by DaringFireball

Fix “This device isn’t eligible for the requested build” Error in iTunes When Updating iOS

Posted: 03 Nov 2011 12:06 PM PDT

Fix Device isn't eligible build iTunes error

If you’re trying to update iOS to the latest version on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and you get an error in iTunes saying:

The iOS Device “Device Name” could not be updated. This device isn’t eligible for the requested build.

You’re encountering one the following problems: either you are using an old version of iTunes, you are using an incorrect version of the firmware for your device, or you have re-routed in your hosts file.

If you know you’re on the right iTunes and iOS version and you’re familiar with editing a hosts file, just throw # in front of the “” entry and you’ll be good to go. If you have no idea what that means, read on and it’ll be explained easily. First let’s cover the iTunes and firmware aspect, then explain hosts modifications. Try these in order, one of them will certainly fix the ineligible build error:

1) Update iTunes

This is easy, just open iTunes and update to the latest version. This is required because the newest version of iOS require the newest versions of iTunes. Easy to resolve.

2) Use Proper iOS Firmware

The next thing you need to do is make sure you’re using the proper firmware IPSW file for your iOS hardware. You can download any firmware files from these links:

A fair amount of confusion regarding IPSW seems to be in the difference between GSM and CDMA downloads, in the USA this is easiest to determine based on the cellular provider: AT&T is GSM, Verizon is CDMA. If you’re not sure what to do with an IPSW file, you can read our walkthrough of how to use them.

If you’re certain you have the correct firmware file and you’re still getting the “device isn’t eligible” iTunes error, it’s almost certainly a result of being blocked in the hosts file.

2) Remove the Hosts Block

This usually comes from users who have jailbroken an iOS device at some point on their computer, or did the error 3194 fix, and as a result have a line in their hosts file blocking Apple’s servers. There’s two ways to fix this, the first is the easiest:

Easy: Using TinyUmbrella
TinyUmbrella prevents you from having to use the Terminal to edit system files, instead you can just launch the app and quit it.

After you’ve downloaded and installed TinyUmbrella, here’s how to use it to remove a hosts block:

  • Open TinyUmbrella and click on the “Advanced” button tab at the bottom
  • Uncheck the box next to “Set Hosts to Cydia on Exit”

Remove Hosts block to fix Device isn't eligible error

Now quit out of TinyUmbrella and the app will modify the hosts file in the process to remove the block, allowing you to connect to Apple’s servers again. Before you try though, be sure to turn the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch on and off again, and relaunch iTunes as well.

If you still run into problems, you may need to flush the DNS cache as well. Quit out of iTunes and open the Terminal in OS X Lion, then type:
dscacheutil -flushcache
Now relaunch iTunes and you’ll be good.

Advanced: Manually Editing Hosts

  • Quit out of iTunes
  • Go to the hosts file. For Mac OS X this is located at: /etc/hosts or /private/etc/hosts and in Windows it is located at: c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
  • Open the hosts file with Administrative privileges so that changes can be made and saved (eg: sudo nano /etc/hosts)
  • Look for a line that resembles something like this:

  • Put a # in front of that to comment it out, making it now look like this:
  • #

  • Save the hosts file
  • Flush DNS cache and restart iTunes

Whichever approach you took, this fixes the “eligible build” error and the iOS device will update as intended.

Get the Old Pop-Up Style Alert Notifications Back in iOS 5

Posted: 03 Nov 2011 10:45 AM PDT

Go back to pop-up alerts in iOS

Many users are thrilled about the new iOS Notification Center and easily dismissed alerts, but some still prefer the old style of pop-up dialog notifications.

You can enable the old pop-up alert style again, but you have to do it on a per-application basis with iOS 5:

  • Tap onto “Settings” and go to “Notifications”
  • Tap on an application that you want to have the old alert style
  • Under “Alert Style” select “Alerts” rather than the default, ‘Banner’

In the same settings screen, you can also choose to show or not show items at the Lock Screen and Notification Center.

Sync Files Between Macs with iCloud

Posted: 03 Nov 2011 09:58 AM PDT

Sync files between Macs with iCloud

You can sync files across iCloud-equipped Macs by using an unofficial feature tied to a little known folder hidden in OS X. We’ll walk you through exactly how to get this set up, allowing you to sync files and folders across Macs seamlessly, but first make sure you meet some basic system requirements.


After you’ve sure you have the latest version of OS X installed and iCloud configured to use the same account on all Macs you want to sync between, you can proceed. This is a great little trick that was first noticed by a reader submitted tip to a sister publication of MacWorld, but oddly they didn’t bother to test the tip to make sure it works. Nonetheless we and others did test it and can confirm it syncs files and folders perfectly.

Share & Sync Files Using iCloud Between Macs

Complete the following steps on all Macs you intend to sync files with:

  • Open “System Preferences” on all Macs from the  Apple menu
  • Click on “iCloud” and be sure the checkbox next to “Documents & Data” is checked
  • iCloud File Syncing in Mac OS X

  • Go to the Mac OS X Desktop and enter into ~/Library/ either by holding Option and clicking on the “Go” menu or using another method to access user library
  • Locate the folder named “Mobile Documents” and right-click on it, choosing “Make Alias”
  • Create alias of Mobile Documents for Easy File Syncing with iCloud

  • Copy the alias of that folder to the OS X Desktop
  • iCloud file syncing with Macs

  • Test iCloud syncing by dragging a file into that directory

Wait a few seconds, and check the same directory on the other Mac, you should see the files.

Officially Unsupported
Keep in mind this is currently an unsupported feature of iCloud and Mac OS X, so you shouldn’t rely on this 100% to sync files reliably. You’ll want to keep a copy of files elsewhere and then copy them into that folder so you can prevent any potential data loss. It does work, but until it’s officially supported you should be wary of depending on the feature.

Syncing with GoodReader & iOS
Testing was also done by MacStories, who discovered a variation of the trick can be used to sync things between Macs and an iPhone or iPad with the iOS app GoodReader. If that interests you, check it out.

DropBox Competitor?
This whole thing was initially noticed after Yahoo/Business Insider found it and went on to assume that Apple might be prepping a competitor to DropBox. This is a possibility, and Apple did attempt unsuccessfully to buy DropBox years ago, but more likely this is just a feature of iCloud that hasn’t found it’s way into an official feature list yet, for whatever reason.

Computer Tips [ Breaking Tech News - What's New This Week? + You Just Got An iPad - Now What? + Get The Email Information You Need ] 11/04/2011

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Your Weekly Update In The World Of Technology

Cold Facebook

Is It Cold In Here, Or Is That Just Facebook?

Ah, the Arctic.  Home to caribou, Santa (only if you believe), and… data centers? Earlier this week Facebook announced it was taking the trek up north and building a data center just south of the Arctic Circle.  The data center, which is located in Lulea, Sweden, will be Facebook’s first data center built outside of the US.

At an average January low of just 3 degrees Fahrenheit and a dry climate, Lulea proves to be an ideal location for the new data center.  Facebook spokesman Michael Kirkland stated that the decision was beneficial both environmentally and financially.  To say that data centers are power hogs would be an understatement as these types of centers accounted for 1.3% of last year’s worldwide electricity usage.  The data centers are cooled with the outside freezing air which helps to reduce total power consumption.  Facebook plans to have their arctic data center operational by 2012.



The Captcha system is something we have all likely experienced at one point or another in our online lives.  The system, a series usually consisting of warped letters and numbers, is used to filter out bots from real users.  Captchas may be nearing the point uselessness, however.

Standford Researchers have been able to use machine vision algorithms to get past many complex Captchas. 25% of Wikipedia’s Captchas, 66% of Visa’s, and a whopping 70% of Blizzard’s (a gaming company in a constant battle with bots) have been cracked.  So far only Google’s ReCaptcha system has been able to get past being cracked.

How long will it be until all Captchas are easily cracked?  How long will it be until we need to find another way to protect against bots?  It seems that Stanford Researcher’s Captcha readers are working at a higher success rate than many humans due to a Captcha’s often confusing appearance.

Low iPhone Battery

Your Battery Is Going To Die

Less than a month after Apple released their iPhone 4S problems are already arising.  A growing number of customers have reported that the battery life of their device is drastically lower than what was expected.  The source?  The new iOS5 system including location-based apps and other new power draining features.  Despite the initial complaints, sales do not seem to affected in a negative way, as the iPhone 4S is on pace to perform just as well, if not better, than its iPhone 4 predecessor.

The good news now is that Apple is acknowledging the problem.  Apple released a statement saying that “A small number of customers have reported lower than expected battery life on iOS 5 devices. We have found a few bugs that are affecting battery life and we will release a software update to address those in a few weeks.”  The general idea is that this issue affects more than just a “small number of customers”, but luckily those people will have a fix within the next few weeks.


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Computers 101

Ben from MO asks:

I just got an iPad! Can you please posts some tips about iOS stuff?

So you’ve just recently unpacked your shiny new iPad, fiddled with the touch screen a bit, and tossed a few Angry Birds. In fact, you’ve downloaded a few different apps, even loaded up some of the pre-installed ones too, and in doing so have come up with a few nagging questions about iOS which Apple does not seem to readily answer via an instruction manual or even a simple cheat sheet. Luckily, you need not worry any longer as here you will find a variety of tips, tricks, and handy how to’s to reduce your iOS frustrations.

Note: While the following tips primarily reference iOS 4.x running on the iPad 2, most are performed in a similar manner in Apple’s iPhone/iPod touch range of products.

Securing your iPad with Passcode Lock

Before you even consider downloading Angry Birds to your iPad, make sure you properly protect your devices’ data by turning on the Passcode Lock feature. Passcode Lock forces your iPad to request a numerical passcode when the device is powered on or woken from sleep mode. To set and enable Passcode Lock, follow these Steps:

Step 1. Open the iOS general settings by tapping the “Settings” icon.

Step 2. Under the left most “Settings” frame tap “General.” The right most frame will show your devices’ “General” options.

Step 3. In the “General” options frame, tap “Passcode Lock.”

Step 4. The right most frame will update to show the “Passcode Lock” options. Tap the very first option available: “Turn Passcode On.” The “Set Passcode” dialog will appear.

Step 5. Enter your 4 digit passcode on the keypad, confirm when prompted, and you’re done.

Your iPad will now require the entered passcode upon starting / waking up.

Those who wish to have an extra level of security will also want to consider the following two options: “Simple Passcode” and “Erase Data.”

Setting “Simple Passcode” to “OFF” will allow you to set a more secure passcode longer than 4 digits, while setting “Erase Data” to “ON” will instruct iOS to delete all data on your device if an incorrect passcode is entered ten times in a row.

Once your Passcode Lock settings have been set, you will now be prompted by the “Enter Passcode” dialog upon powering on or waking up your iPad.

Organizing your App icons

Once you start downloading apps and games to your iPad you will probably notice your home screen becoming full of App icons, all placed in the order in which you downloaded them to your iPad. Just like file shortcuts and icons on a Windows desktop, finding the icon you need on your iPad Home Screen when there are tens, if not hundreds, of them in no particular order can be a very frustrating experience. Luckily, there are a few methods within iOS to get your icons properly organized:

Reordering Icons on Your Home Screen

To change the order in which your icons appear on your Home Screen, follow these Steps:

Step 1. Tap and hold any of your Home Screen icons until they begin to wiggle.

Step 2. Tap and drag the icon you wish to move to the side of the nearest icon which you would like it placed. Any nearby icons on that line will move themselves out of the way to accommodate the icon you are dragging.

Note: If you have many icons spread across multiple screens, drag the icon you wish to move to the side of the screen and hold it there until the screen display changes to the screen you wish to place your icon on.

Step 3. Let go of your icon to place it in its new position. Repeat as needed until all your icons are in order.

Step 4. Once you have your icons in order, press the home button once to exit the Home Screen icon “wiggle” and set your icons in their new order.

Changing the icons on your Dock

For quick access to those Apps which you use frequently, you may want to consider placing them right on the Dock:

Step 1. Follow Steps 1 through 3 above, but drag you icon(s) to the Dock instead of the Home Screen.

By Default you will only have two free spaces to place icons in your Dock, for a total of six docked icons; however you may free up icon spaces from your dock by removing them:

Step 2. To remove items from the Dock, drag a wiggling docked icon from the Dock up above your Home Screen, and let go. The icon will fall onto your Home Screen, freeing up a slot on your Dock.

That’s all the space we have for now, but stay tuned for more tips in iPad / iOS Basics Part 2!

~J. Conboy

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MS Office Writer: Starting Lists Without a Mouse

Whether it be a numbered list or bulleted list, we’ve all created them at one time or another. Of course, to create them we pulled our hands from the keyboard and moved them to the mouse to use the toolbar buttons.


Obviously this method works, but what if we could avoid the mouse portion and just get started with the list already?

Sounds like a plan to me, so let’s take a look at some of our options.

I’d like to start with numbered lists.

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View E-mail Source in Thunderbird

Pretty graphics and shiny buttons do a good job of telling me the quick and dirty info on an e-mail message, like who it’s from, but I’m a meat and potatoes/text and IP addresses kind of guy, so I was happy to find out that you can easily check the source information on an e-mail message in Mozilla Thunderbird with a few simple clicks.

Here’s how:

First, click on the e-mail in question, so it shows up in your preview window (usually located on the bottom).

Now, highlight all the test in the message…

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Today in Literature

Find out what happened today in literature. When I was browsing this site on October 26th I got to read a lively bit of history on Hans Christian Anderson’s life. You’ll notice that the day’s article is displayed on the home page and you can read it without registering. A two week free trial is available, after which you can decide whether or not you’d like to purchase the premium newsletter. The Premium membership costs $25.00 per year.

Along the side of the page you will notice, among other links, Author Index, Recent Stories, and Today’s Story. The Author Index is the main one I want to deal with. Click Author Index to be taken to a page with a listing of authors that have been reviewed at Today in Literature.

I choose to look at Dante, born Dante Alighieri and I find that there is biographical information, stories about him to read, works by this author, and recommended links about him. Very informative! You can also access this information by continuing to scroll down the page. They also give you the name of related authors. So that you can expand your knowledge there too!

This site is nicely put together, with smooth and easy navigation. Enjoy!


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Mosquito Beach Stormy Rainbows

This was easily one of the toughest photos I’ve ever created.

It was taken one cold, rainy morning in Pictured Rocks National Lake Shore along Lake Superior - Mosquito Beach to be exact. I had backpacked in and set up camp to facilitate... (More)

Blue Hen Falls In Autumn

This is one I’ve been trying to bag for awhile – since my film days in fact! See, each time I’d stop to shoot the falls (usually in autumn), I’d end up with VERY little water flow. Instead of the nice robust waterfall you see here, I would typically... (More)

Stormy Sunset At Sleeping Bear

We had been trying for three days to get something – anything – at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.

The first evening saw a sunset that was blocked by clouds, the second was clear and colorless, so this was our last chance. If we didn’t get something here... (More)

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