It’s easy to create a password protected text file by using the command line text editor ‘vi’. This is infinitely useful for privacy purposes, whether the protected file is for containing login details, various passwords, personal information, a private journal, or just about anything else that you want stored securely in a single password protected text file.
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If youâ€™re a programmer who needs to learn iOS, a student, someone with a great app idea, or a computer science teacher who wants to add iOS to their skill set then the latest Cult of Mac Deals offering is…
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If you believe the reports, Apple is currently working on a way of charging iOS devices using solar panels. If you’re not content to wait, however, and you want a quick-and-easy means of charging your iPhone or iPad right now,…
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Boasting a powerful set of tools used by professional photographers, illustrators, designers, and hobbyists, cf/x alpha is the gold standard for image composition and design. If youâ€™re looking for a better way to create multi-image compositions, this is your answer.…
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OS X Mavericks is now available to everyone as a free download, and while you can update as many Macs as you want by downloading the installer repeatedly from the Mac App Store, a better option for many is to create a simple bootable USB install drive. We covered this some time ago using a fairly technical process, but Apple must have realized that method [Read More...]
Many have noticed that iOS 7′s overall appearance is largely dependent on the devices wallpaper, and a good or bad wallpaper can make or break the look of things along with general usability, particularly for the home screen. It turns out that some of the best looking wallpapers on iOS 7 are very abstract, multicolored, blurry images, and that’s what we’re going to focus on making here. I’ve sort of perfected a quick formula for creating nice wallpapers in iOS [Read More...]
Every once in a while, an alien threat arises that is so malevolent and so heinous that the only thing to do is send a one-man ship out into space to take them all on singlehandedly. Space Qube by Qubit Games Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: $0.99 (discounted from $2.99) Alright, so […]
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We’ve all had more than enough time to get used to iOS 7 now that it’s been out for a few weeks, but some people still hate Sir Jony’s parallax masterpiece. For those of you dreaming of a different interface on your iPhone, devoid of gradients and helvetica nue, there’s a new tool […]
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Poor Dashboard widgets. They seem so sad, sitting there, their vast potential wasted by a lack of any good ones. Luckily, our friends over at OS X Daily have pointed out a pretty slick way to roll your own using Safari. Who knew? Here’s how to make your own darn widgets in OS X with […]
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Most days, you won’t hear us talk too much about a gaming genre that’s been beaten to death with a large stick, but upcoming Puzzle Knights is an exception to that rule, what with it’s interesting blend of, yes, matching colors, but also tactical strategy, light RPG elements, and online arena battles. The game is […]
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