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SEO Tweaks For JobberBase

Paul from Blackdog was chatting to me earlier today about Jobberbase, so I naturally asked him if he’d managed to hack around its rather annoying “200 status” issue on “pages not found” ie. ones that should return a HTTP response of “404”. I’ve been using the software for the last few months on two free […]

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MacHeist 3 – Only 3 Days Left

There are only 3 days left to grab a nice collection of Mac OSX software courtesy of MacHeist. The more people who buy, the more software they include in the bundle! 25% of all sales goes to charity, so not only do you save money, but you also help others in the process Related Posts:Free […]

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BBC iPlayer Now Available For Mac (and Linux!)

BBC’s iPlayer labs have recently released a new version of their software that will work on both Mac and Linux. Pity that other media companies, such as Sky, haven’t followed suit yet. Not everyone uses PCs Microsoft Windows!! (via) UPDATE: Since everyone has rightly pointed out, the usage of the word PCs in my original […]

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Free Mac Software From MacHeist

MacHeist are offering a bunch of software for Mac users over the Christmas period. Pretty cool! Related Posts:WYSIWYG Editors for OSX?Microsoft Office 2008 On The MacSilverlight Leaves Linux Users Out In The ColdMacHeist 3 – Only 3 Days LeftApple Mail Support For RSS Is Crippled

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Playing With Movable Type Motion

Six Apart launched Motion last night (Irish time), so I setup a test install to play with it. If anyone wants to play around register for an account on the site and let me know – I may have to give you author rights I’m currently using the default templates that ship with the release, […]

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Rant – BF2142 + Windows = Painful

I don’t use Windows that often. Generally speaking I use Windows in the office via Parallels Desktop to access one specific bit of software or when I remote desktop into a server on the LAN to bludgeon more rules into my Exchange profile. This afternoon I decided that a game of Battlefield 2142 would be […]

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WYSIWYG Editors for OSX?

While I may be happy enough doing some quick editing of a php or html document in vim (or equivalent) I miss having access to software like Dreamweaver (the license was for a really old version). I don’t think I can justify paying Adobe’s prices for a new Dreamweaver license, so what are my options?Ideally […]

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Play With Last.fm

Last.fm’s team have made available a couple of web applications that they put together in their spare time. The “Playground” currently has three applications which take advantage of the huge amount of music data that last.fm aggregates. You probably won’t improve your life much with any of these little apps, but they are fun to […]

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MacHeist Back Again

I came across Mac Heist a few months ago, but unfortunately they took a break for a while shortly afterwards. It looks like they’re back in business again and are currently offering a selection of 12 handy shareware Mac OSX applications. The alarm clock one, the aptly named Awaken, which turns your MacBook into an […]

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