We’ve hit an unusual point with pricing on Apple’s latest equipment that was announced at WWDC on 5th June (6th June Australian time). Looking at the price on the top-spec MacBook Pro 15″ as an example, it is significantly cheaper to purchase this laptop in Australia than in the USA. In the USA, the laptop […]
Sorry to anyone who’s inconvenienced by the addition of reCAPTCHA to the comments, but even with Akismet I’m still getting an unacceptable amount of comment spam. Interestingly enough the comment spam has really picked up since my blog moved to GoDaddy whereas it was at a fairly minimal level on the previous host…
A new addition to the family arrived this morning at 00:17 weighing in at a respectable 4.33kg. Mum and bubby both doing very well.
Automatica is now a member of the Apple Consultants Network. This means that Kai has undertaken certification by Apple and has passed all of Apple’s background checks and will be featured alongside other consultants on Apple’s web site.
The sky isn’t falling – Adobe clarify their position on the Creative Suite apps and Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Essentially Adobe aren’t going to divert development resources away from CS5 to fix any bugs in CS3 that appear with Snow Leopard, however from initial reports, it all generally works anyway. John Nack on […]
The 10.5.8 Update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Leopard and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, as well as specific fixes for: compatibility and reliability issues when joining AirPort networks. an issue that could cause some monitor resolutions to no longer appear […]
Who would have thought that there were that many crap cars in the USA? Car scheme out of cash. The Government program to get old clunkers off the road, by offering a trade-in of up to USD4500 for handing in an old car to be scrapped when getting a new car has run out of […]