Archive for September, 2009

Snow Leopard Tops

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Apparently in the new version of Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, there is an update to the command line tool ‘top’. Now it not only displays CPU, memory and disk I/O information it also has network I/O. There might be hundreds of new features! My count so far 1 * 3 (exchange support) and this….

British Government Issues Apology to Alan Turing

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

I feel badly that I missed this, but I was so busy at the time. John Graham-Cumming’s petition to have the British Government apologies for the homophobia that lead to the conviction of Alan Turing for the “Mental Illness” of homosexuality was successful! Alan Touring worked during the Second World War for the British Government… Continue Reading British Government Issues Apology to Alan Turing

Instructor blogs in post-secondary

Monday, September 21st, 2009

At work a recently was E-Mail by a college at Brock University how was starting some research in to faculty blogs. She was interested in information or links I may have about faculty blogs at Brock University. I shared what I know about and but preference all that information with “I have my own feeling… Continue Reading Instructor blogs in post-secondary

Snow Leopard and Exchange, worth the upgrade

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Apple’s implementation of MS Exchange 2007 clients in their current Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is far superior to Microsoft’s own attempt in the form of MS Entourage 2008. If you are an MicroSoft Exchange user and you’ve been considering upgrading to Apple OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard I encourage you to upgrade if… Continue Reading Snow Leopard and Exchange, worth the upgrade