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Apple File System FAQ: How APFS works with older Macs, encryption, external drives, and other questions
From cultofmac.com: Subtitles is pretty handy to have if all you ever need to do is grab an SRT file once in a while. Just drag the video file onto the app and it’ll search for the movie or TV show and fetch the subtitle file. The app will download that file to the same directory as the original movie file, and will rename it to match that file.
Comparative review of digital pens that incorporate Anoto’s technology: the Nokia SU-1B, Sony Ericsson’s CHA-30 Chatpen, and Logitech’s io Pen. These pens capture what you’re writing and either store it as a file or transmit it over Bluetooth to a cellphone or PC.
The PSX, seen by The Associated Press ahead of its launch Saturday in Japan, sounds like a good deal. It combines a DVD recorder, analog TV tuner, CD player with music file and digital photo album, and the PlayStation 2 game console in one sleek box.
Previously, all the predefined icons for the Finder Toolbar are stored in the /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app, now Jaguar stores some of them in /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemIcons.bundle, although some are still stored in Finder.app folder. Now you can change the Computer icon from the default iMac to match your own computer by replacing the SystemIcons.bundle/Contents/Resources/iMac.icns with your own file.
Members of the Clie Users Group on Yahoo have figured out a way to upgrade a Clie PEG-N7x0C to the level of a Clie PEG-N760C running Palm OS 4.1 using FlashWrite and a backup copy of an N760C using JackSprat. Step-by-step instructions are available from the Palm Boulevard Message Boards and from Palm InfoCenter’s Forum. Kudos to Rune for taking the first plunge! =) Relevant files may be downloaded from the ClieUpgrade Yahoo Group. Pictures of the upgrade process may be found here while the ROM file may also be found here.
Lzip from SourceForge is an advanced file compression utility that generates smaller file sizes than either gzip or bzip2, and does so much faster. Lzip can achieve these goals because it it based on a so-called “lossy” compression scheme which can reduce your bloated files down to 10%, 15%, in some cases 0% of their original size!