I just had to pass along kudos to [APC]. I use one of their BackUPS battery backup systems. It’s been flawless for most of the past 3 years. In the past 3 days the overload light has tripped and it shuts off power to everything. Not what you want. I called tech support. They picked … Read more Customer Service
They must. Verizon now blocks port 25 and does not allow you to opt out. Why do I care? Well our hospital just opened up free WiFi everywhere and when I found I couldn’t send email I made a couple of trips to the Information Services folks. They swore up and down that they weren’t … Read more Verizon Thinks You’re a Spammer
I think I finally have the automatic updates feature of WordPress working. Previously, when asked for my login info for the FTP connection I would get some vague connection error. It’s a permissions issue. Some permissions for files/folders need to be set for web server user, in my case Apache2, or _www on OS X … Read more WordPress Automatic Updates
I came across a great hint in Mac OS X Hints today. It seems that there’s an easy way to interrupt the process of sending an email reply when accepting iCal invites. As I tend to play around with iCal invites a lot (adding and deleting the same event ad nauseum) — I love this. … Read more Don’t Send iCal Replies
I’ve just spent the last 40 minutes on the phone with Union Bank tech support because for the past 2 weeks I’ve been unable to log in to my online account with Safari. After all this time the tech support person, who was very nice, told me I was missing a patch to Safari. I … Read more New Safari Version??
Well, with the Easter weekend over and Apple’s iPad gaining more headlines than anything else, I have to say I want one, but I can wait. I actually got to touch one. Someone at the hospital brought it with them. It’s not that heavy. The display is bright and crisp. It’s fast. I played a … Read more iPad Arrives