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How to Uninstall and Remove Homebrew for Mac OSX

If you need to uninstall Homebrew for Mac OSX. This guide will help you a lot. Fire up terminal and go with the below commands. 29 more words

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Combo Apps/JixiPix Black Friday 2014

This Black Friday save 30% on all Mac and Windows apps on Jixipix.com with coupon code: BLACKFRIDAY2014

That’s not all !!! You can get Jixi’s Mac Apps for 30% off at the… 145 more words

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OS X Yosemite v10.10.1 Update

Apple released their most recent update to their flagship OS that addresses issues many people were having to the point where some, including myself had to revert to Mavericks (sorry, did not do a write-up on that, was super busy with school and work). 235 more words

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Project Zomboid

Title: Project Zomboid
Year: 2011
Company: The Indie Stone
Platform(s): Windows, Mac OS, Linux
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse

Description:  The tiny town you once called home is overrun by the living dead. 361 more words

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How Mac OS X Works

Mac OS X Features                                                                                                                                                                         

With Mac OS X Lion, Apple introduced some new features. Mac OS X supports multi-touch gestures. That means if you’re using a Mac computer with either a touchpad or a Magic Mouse, you can execute certain commands using multiple touch points and performing a particular motion. 553 more words

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Why did Apple take the Israeli flag out of Mac OS Yosemite?

Hebrew-speaking Mac users upgrading their operating system to the latest version, Yosemite, are discovering that something was lost along the way. In previous versions of the OS, the icon for Hebrew on the computer’s language bar was the six-pointed star of David that sits at the center of the Israeli flag. 420 more words

Human readable timestamp for filenames

I use this bash alias (should work in Linux, Cygwin, probably MacOS, maybe other Unixes):

alias timestamp="date --rfc-3339=ns | tr ' '  '_'"

Then use it like this for example to archive a file: 34 more words

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