macOS

Corrupted TimeMachine backups are annoying. There frequently isn’t any actual problem with the data, just that TimeMachine doesn’t know how to access.

Hazel is a useful utility, sort of like the unix tools cron and shell combined.

When I wander from place to place, I don’t want to have to remember to connect to the right VPN.

I’m trying something new. Selectively coloring output on network device terminals.

Why would you want a Bonjour Gateway? Because you have more than 1 network and you want to have Bonjour devices be able to talk to each other even though they aren’t on the same network.

I use vi and BBEdit. I have for a long time. They both have strengths.

Over the years, the list of browser plugins worth talking about has shifted around.