I have Quicksilver installed (well, did before the hard drive crash) but know I’m not using it to its full potential. These videos look like exactly what I need.
Totally freaking awesome. I don’t follow the steampunk movement much but even I can appreciate the creativity and attention to detail that went into this heavy mod.
I recently struggled through the SVN learning curve to get my plugin listed on wordpress.org. This would have been handy then and will no doubt be handy on my next plugin release.
I’d like to try this, but not sure if I can as I only have Illustrator CS2 on an Intel Mac.
This is the guide I ended up using and it worked like a charm. The upgrade itself was a beast, but this guide made it much more manageable.
I bought a memory upgrade only to find out that I don’t have any tools around the house (specifically, really thin putty knives) to actually get the case apart. Arg.
A good reference for such time as I start screencasting.
I like this easy-to-use software. My only question is whether I could consistently come up with witty things to say…
I’m thinking of making a few screencasts and I’m on Mac OS X, so there you have it.