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09
SEP
2010

Hell Just Froze: Apple allowing non XCode built Application in the App Store

Apple just published a press release in which they state that they are relaxing the rules on how to build applications for the App Store.  Until proven otherwise this mean that Apple opened the door back to Adobe Flash built applications. This is a serious win for Adobe and all...
10
AUG
2010

Terminate All v1.1 released

I did some adjustments to the small utility “Terminate All” to make sure all users left over processes are terminated. I also changed the way I build the list of users to terminate and how the termination look is performed. I created a Google Code project called...
14
JUN
2010

Terminate All, an OSX application to terminate all logged in users

Today I decided that I had to do something to help me take resources back on my Mac.  If you are like me and you have multiple familly members using your computer you might often find thing getting a bit slow… The usual cause are browsers applications open by other users...
28
MAY
2010

Livestation web site is now in HTML5 for better iPad viewing

Livestation has made their web site iPad freindly to celebrate the launch of the Apple iPad in 8 territories. The new Livestation website has now been optmised for iPad viewing. Livestation have made an HTML5 version of the site alongside the Flash one for general web...
14
MAY
2010

Get some Flash on the iPad!

As you know by now (I hope) Flash is not supported on the iPhone nor the iPad.  But Flash is used on most web sites out there.  So how do you get to see those sites properly on the iPad? There is a free iPhone app (hope they will upgrade to iPad native soon) called Cloud Browse....
13
MAY
2010

Adobe attacks: Apple threatens to “undermine” the Web

Adobe just started a campaign to win the heart of the general population in it’s fight against Apple on the subject of Flash support on iPhone and iPad. Adobe’s ads — set to appear on the New York Times, Washington Post, SF Chronicle, FT, Wired, TechCrunch, Engadget,...