February 2010 - Posts

Commercial Jet Pack - Get yours for only $75K
Friday, February 26, 2010 12:37 PM


Jet packs have a long time been a feature of science fiction and movies. The idea of having a personal flying machine appeals to so many people and we have seen people striving to make something that not only works but that could actually sell and be practical. Well I'm not sure about the practicalness of a jet pack but at least this one works and you can purchase it so two out of three isn't bad.

This machine works with duel-fan propulsion system that creates the lift. The machine eats up 10 gallons an hour so your flight time would be limited to about 30 minutes. The 250 lb machine can carry a 280-lb man at speeds up to 60-mph. The jet pack has reached highs of 7,800-feet in tests, and has a built-in low altitude parachute just incase you get into trouble and need to bailout.  

The unnamed machine meets FAA's Ultralight Regulations so you can pilot it without a license. It's going to he put into production by Martin Aircraft Company at a rate of about 500 a year and they are expected to cost about $75,000 each.  

As I said not that practical but at the same time it's pretty freaking cool. I mean that's something to show off to the neighbors. In the video you see people just hovering I wonder how agile the machine really is. Is it only going to be able to move a little bit and hover, because that would be lame if you ask me. I would want it to at least be about to fly straight several feet off the ground and be able to come back. 

Martin Jet Packs
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Squeeze for Mac – Behind the scenes file compression
Friday, February 26, 2010 10:25 AM

Are you running out of space on your computer, but don't want to get rid of anything? Well the solution just might be Squeeze. Squeeze works in the background compressing folders you have assigned to it. It uses the new HFS-compression technology in Snow Leopard to transparently compress your files. So you have space and the best part is programs and finder read them like normal.

All you have to do is point to the folders you want squeeze to compress and it will go to work compressing your files. You can compress everything or just certain folders. If you decide you don't want squeeze anymore all your files that you compressed will not be harmed and can still be read.

Squeeze is normally $10 bucks but you can get it free fro a limited time at “The Macheist

Squeeze Website
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Paymo - Track Your Project Time with Online Tools and Invoices for Free
Thursday, February 25, 2010 12:32 PM


If you do freelance work for friends, businesses and organizations it's important to track your time and report it well. Giving people the ability to see how much time you spent on their project and get a professional invoice is important to becoming an effective and responsible freelance worker.

If you work with websites like elance or odesk they have time management applications built in, but if you don't you need something to record your time and produce reports for your clients. Enter Paymo, a free time tracking service that has a desktop client that can record your time and report it to the website. When logged into the website you can print out reports and invoices that reflect your time spent on the project and also your tracked expenses for the project.

I was looking for a free time recorder that can allow me to record time spent on projects. I came across paymo and was very impressed. The Mac app is a dashboard widget, which is not my favorite, but works very well and has a features I really wanted. I really like the way the app will stop the timer if I walked away from the computer for too long, it allows the time to be as accurate as possible. Because the timer is running in the background I am sure I would forget to turn it off when stepping away from the computer. This way I don't have to worry about forgetting if I want to take a break or get some lunch.

You can create clients, projects, and task and record time for a task in a specific project. You can start new tasks, edit time recordings, and mark tasks as complete right from the desktop application. The website offers a way to manage all your clients and projects as well as invoicing and reports. The website is great for showing how much time you spend on different projects and  your overall work time for the week. The website also can manage your milestones as you work your way through bog projects.

Paymo offers a large amount of free features for the individual freelance worker. Checkout Paymo at paymo.biz

Paymo.biz
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Man Flashes Geek Squad Badge to get out Paying a Prostitute
Thursday, February 25, 2010 10:56 AM


Jay Mora, 26, a Newark, New Jersey man has enrolled into a probation program after he admitted to flashing a Geek Squad badge, while pretending to be a police officer, to get out of paying a prostitute. He will be on probation for the next three years and must also perform 250 hours of community service. If he breaks the conditions of his guilty plea he will be sentenced to 18 months in prison.

When the Newark man refused to pay the prostitute, she called a friend who then called the police. Oddly enough the Woman was not charged with anything even though she is a prostitute and admitted that she was there to exchange money for sex.

I think it's kind of funny a computer repair guy from Best Buy trying to trick someone with his little Geek Squad badge. I guess his little plan backfired on him.

Full Story Here
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And Yet it Moves - Indie Puzzle/Physics Game - Lots of Fun - Windows and Mac
Wednesday, February 24, 2010 2:20 PM

There are so many indie games out there but very few of them are actually really good. "And Yet It Moves" is the exception rather than the rule when it comes to indie games. The goal of "And Yet It Moves" is to get your character to the end of map without falling off the page, falling to your death, or getting crushed by objects. The controls are pretty unique, you can move left and right and jump, but you can also rotate the world as you run and jump. This allows you to accomplish a variety of moves and allows you to navigate the treacherous courses as you go up the side of trees and rock faces as you re-orientate gravity.

It's so different than other games that it has become a very refreshing and pleasurable game to play. Once you complete a level you can play it in a competition mode which allows you to race your ghost as you try and beat your best time. The game is just a cool unique game that sells for $9.99. You can get a demo and purchase the game at their website here.
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How to use a Certificate to Encrypt and Digitally Sign Emails in Apple Mail
Wednesday, February 24, 2010 11:31 AM

Email is something we use pretty much every day. Keeping your email secure is important especially if you are passing sensitive information in them. Even if you are using a SSL connection the data is sent to the server encrypted but is decrypted after arriving. So your emails are sitting on the server in plain text which is where the the insecurity comes in.

There are several ways you can go about encrypting an email. You can use a program like Axcrypt, 7-Zip, oven GnuPG to encrypt the message and place it as an attachment to the email. This is secure but you still have to give the other person the key to decrypt the message. They also have to have the program used to encrypt the message. So you can see that it might be cumbersome to do it this way.

You could also use a PGP/GPG Based Encryption. This is how this method works.

- Two really large numbers, A and B, are created that share a special relationship
- Anything encrypted with "A" can only be decrypted by "B", and anything encrypted with "B" can only be decrypted by "A".
- You make one of them, either A or B, public and keep the other one private.

Let's say I make my "A" number public (which I have), and keep the "B" number private - only I have it.
You can now encrypt a message to my using my public key "A". Only I can decrypt it with my private key "B".
Conversely, I can encrypt (or sign) a message using my private key "B", and anyone can decrypt it - but since they can, they know beyond any doubt (as long as I've kept my private key private) that only I could have created the message.
Source(http://ask-leo.com/how_do_i_encrypt_email.html)

Using a Certificate to Encrypt and Sign a Message
The Method I have been playing with is using a certificate based system much like what websites uses to encrypt webpages to protect credit card information and private data. You can acquire a free email certificate from Comodo that allows you to send emails that are encrypted and digitally signed. A digital signature allows the recipient of a message to verify that the message was not changed in-route to them and that the person sending it is the holder of the certificate.
The encryption is designed so that only the holder of the certificate can decrypt the message. It works much like the PGP system but the certificates hold the private key and your signed message has the public key attached to it. So when you send a message to your friend signed he gets your public key and he then can send you messages encrypted with your certificate. If you want to send a message to someone encrypted they have to get a certificate and send a signed message to you so you can save it in your address book and them use theirs to send messages to them.

All this sounds confusing but just know that you and the person you want to email need a certificate to exchange encrypted emails back and forth in this way. Once you do you're golden and the process of encrypting and decrypting messages is seamless without the need for a program to decrypt every email.

How to set it up Email Certificates


Getting your Certificate
1. First you will need a certificate which you can get free at Comodo here. You will want to use IE, Firefox, Opera and Flock to do the next couple steps. In the middle of the page you will see the “get it free” button click it and fill out the form. The email address you enter is the email address that will have the certificate so don't put a junk email address. Each certificate is specific to every email address so if you have several you will have to repeat this process for each email address.

2. Once you fill out the form you will receive an email with a link to get your certificate. I would ignore the big red button in the email and click the link below it, the button caused me problems. You will be asked for your email address and collection passsword, which is in the email. After you submit the form you should get a message saying that you have successfully stored the certificate.
Installing the Certificate

Your browser is now storing your certificate, and you need to go and export it so you can open it in the keychain app. To do this in Firefox open the preferances>>advanced>>Encryption then click “View Certificates” and click “Your Certificates”. The certificate should be under the USERTRUST Network and you should see one there that has your name on it. Click it and hit the “Backup...” button. Save it to your desktop and you will be prompted to give it a password so that it can't be opened without it. Once you have saved it double click it and it should open the keychain application. If you go to the “My Certificates” category you should see your certificate there. Double click it and click the triangle by the word “trust”. In the drop box next to the words “when using this certificate” select “always trust”. The installation is complete.
Using it in Apple Mail

Now that you have your certificate installed all you have to do is restart Mail if it was running while you installed your certificate. When you compose a new email, with the account you made the certificate for, you should see a little padlock and check mark icons. Those are the encryption and signature icons respectively. Know that you can only send encrypted message to people who have sent their public key to you in a signed email. You can send signed messages to anyone but until you have their certificate you can't send them encrypted messages. Once both parties have each others public keys, which is sent in a signed message, they will be able to send and receive encrypted messages back and forth very easily.

You're done happy Emailing :)
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Twitter Contest – Win a free copy of Winx DVD Ripper Platinum
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 11:37 AM
I recently wrote a post about the Winx DVD Ripper Platinum and wanted to give other people the chance to try this great software out for themselves. I have 8 licenses to give away and I thought why not do a Twitter contest.

All you have to do to enter is Follow @ILoveMyMacs on Twitter

and Tweet this:  “Win a copy of WinX DVD Ripper Platinum $30 value from @IloveMyMacs enter contest here http://bit.ly/9C2WzG #winxrippercontest”   

You can tweet this once a day to increase your chances of winning. Only one tweet will be counted each day so don't go crazy with it. The eight winners will be selected randomly and will be contacted via Twitter. The winners will be announced on March 8th so tell your friends and happy tweeting.


P.S. I am aware of the irony that @iLoveMyMacs is doing a contest for a Windows only application. It's the account I use to promote my blog so deal with it. :) 

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Waveboard for iPhone - Google Wave Notifications and Wave Viewer
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 10:40 AM

Google Wave has been described as a live conversation and collaborative tool allowing you to add photos, maps, and documents to a Wave. It's a great tool to create and share documents with other people. The only down side is you never know when you have a new Wave to view.

Waveboard is a Google Wave viewer that has push notifications so you can be notified of new and updated Waves. Waveboard is basically like pulling up Wave in the safari browser but without the navigation buttons. Waveboard offers a couple other features however, like the ability to shake to reload a Wave or logout of your account. You can also have links open up in the application so you don't have to leave the application to view web pages. The feature that makes it worth it's $1.99 price tag is the push notifications. Something that not many applications can offer, and none that I know of in the App store.

Checkout Waveboard at the App Store VIA Macworld
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Games Similar to Machinarium - Flash Click Adventure Puzzle Games
Monday, February 22, 2010 12:46 PM

I thought Machinarium is a great game and wrote a post on it to too long ago. It's a point and click puzzle game where you have to help a little robot find his way through different puzzles to make his way through the levels. The game is hard to say the least. It's a very well made and beautiful game to play. I was wondering there were other games that were similar to Mechinarium that perhaps were not as hard for casual fun.

I found a couple and thought I would share them with everyone. They are all flash based and free to play. 


Shift 2 - This is actually not a point and click game but a lot of fun. It's a unique black and white puzzle game where the goal is to get the little man to the doorway. When you hit the shift key the color invert and the world turn upside down, changing the puzzle.

Little Wheel- a very short and easy point and click puzzle game, but fun all the same. You join a little robot in his quest to return power to his fellow robot friends. Should take like 10 minutes to finish but fun all the same.

Alchemia- This is another point and click puzzle game, much like Mechinarium but is a little longer than Little Wheel. Check it out.

Haluz- Made by the same people as Alchemia another puzzle based adventure game. Also very well done and worth a look at.

Hope you enjoyed these games thanks to a forum thread for the suggestions.



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iPhone App Store Goes PG
Monday, February 22, 2010 11:28 AM

So it seems Apple has made another change to their app criteria as they remove all applications that have any sexual content in them at all. Seems everyone is talking about the last couple days as Apple removed any app that has sexual content was well as any application that shows skin or has sexual connotations. I was ready several stories about the situation and according to 9 to 5 Mac this is what is not allowed.

1. No images of women in bikinis (Ice skating tights are not OK either)

2. No images of men in bikinis! (I didn’t ask about Ice Skating tights for men)

3. No skin (he seriously said this) (I asked if a Burqa was OK, and the Apple guy got angry)

4. No silhouettes that indicate that Wobble can be used for wobbling boobs (yes – I am serious, we have to remove the silhouette in this pic)

5. No sexual connotations or innuendo: boobs, babes, booty, sex – all banned

6. Nothing that can be sexually arousing!! (I doubt many people could get aroused with the pic above but those puritanical guys at Apple must get off on pretty mundane things to find Wobble “overtly sexual!)

7. No apps will be approved that in any way imply sexual content (not sure how Playboy is still in the store, but …)

I agree with 9 to 5 that it seems like Apple got tired of all the boobie applications and decided to give them the boot. Why is everyone so upset about this? I mean it's not like you can't look at porn on your iPhone without an app. I personal wouldn't use my iPhone to look at porn but for those who are so inclined can if they wanted to and they don't need an app to do it. I think Apple wants to be as user and kid/parent friendly as possible and with the new iPad coming out with perhaps a new audience to tailor to, they wanted to clean up a little bit. I mean they don't want boobie apps popping up in the app store ruining the users experience. I think perhaps instead of getting rip of them could have just buried the apps so the only way you would find them is if you removed a content filter and searched for them.

I think perhaps they have gone a little too far with the restrictions. I feel that perhaps they are strict so that they have every right to refuse an app but I feel they will use their best judgment when deciding to refuse an app based on content. Well I hope that is the case at least we will have to wait and see.

  
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Winx DVD Ripper Platinum - Converts even the Toughest DVD to a Video File - Windows Only
Friday, February 19, 2010 1:48 PM


Winx DVD is a DVD ripping program that can rip and convert DVD's to videos files much like what Handbreak does. You might be thinking, “why pay for a program when I can already do that for free?” Well the answer is because WinX DVD can rip movies that Handbreak can not.

DVD's, now-a-days, come with two main security encodings. The old security encoding is easily ripped by the likes of Handbreak, Mac the ripper, and other Windows programs of the like. The only problem is that more and more movies are using the new security structure that gives most DVD ripping programs a problem. So you have to get a newer program that can handle the new security measures taken by most of Sony's DVDs and Pixar movies. If you have ever tried to rip a Sony or Pixar movie you would know that ripping or, “backing it up” as some like to call it, isn't easy.

This is where a program like Winx DVD comes in handy. The program works much like Handbreak and has a lot of the same features. You can convert a DVD to AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, FLV, and MOV. Each of the video formats has a full set of audio and Video options to allow you to change things like the video size and quality.

Winx DVD also has presets much like Handbreak does that allows you to select a device and WinX will encode the video to fit that devices formatting requirements. You have preset in Winx that will fit the encoding requirements for an iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, PSP, 3GP, and Zune. All these presets make encoding video for a device quick and simple with little to no knowledge of the settings needed for each device.     

How to Use Winx DVD Ripper

To use Winx DVD you select the DVD you want to rip and then select the DVD title you want to convert by checking the box next the the title. It's usually easy to find the movie because it's the title that has the longest run time. You then click on the format you want to rip to and hit the Start button it's that easy.

Winx DVD Praises


Winx does some things very well. It can encode those pesky DVD that others just can't work with which is huge. It also is relatively easy to use and the setting are easy to understand and change. The encoding is fast and the quality is pretty good.  

My Criticisms of Winx DVD

There were a couple things that bother me about Winx. The first thing is it does not select the movie title for you when you open a dvd to be ripped. You have to figure out what title the movie is on. Normally this is not that big of a deal because the longest title is often the one the movie is on. However, I tested  WinX DVD out with the movie Star Trek because I new it used the new security measures. WinX showed several titles over 2 hours and I didn't know which on to pick. It turns out it didn't matter since I assume the software is smart enough to put the pieces together. The Movie came out just fine no matter which 2 hour title I chose.

The other criticisms I had was that there is now way to define what size you want the file to be and have the other setting adjust to make that happen. That is one of my favorite features of Handbreak because I can tell it how big I want the file to be and it makes it happen.


All and all Winx DVD is a great program and can meet all your DVD converting needs. Check out their website and let me know what you think in the comments.

Winx DVD Website

    
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Xmarks - Bookmark Syncing Now for all Popular Browsers
Friday, February 19, 2010 12:35 PM


Bookmarks are a great way to keep track of website you want to visit more often. They are quick and convenient to have. The only problem is if you have more than one computer or more than one browser you like to use your bookmarks don't sync with your other computers or browsers. Enter in Xmarks previously called Foxmarks.

Xmarks allows you to sync bookmarks over your different browsers including Firefox, Internet explorer, Chrome, and Safari. This comes in handy when you use one browser or computer more often than the others but you still want all your bookmarks on all machines. You can also view and access your bookmarks from any browser window just like delicious.

The big advantage to this application over others like delicious is it doesn't create a second instance of bookmarks. With delicious you have have a separate set of bookmarks that get saved in the cloud. With Xmarks your bookmarks are saved in the cloud as well syncing with your other browsers and computers.

Give Xmark a try for yourself and let me know what you think in the Comments.

 

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Nuance PDF Reader 6 - Convert PDFs into other formats - Windows Only
Friday, February 19, 2010 10:54 AM


Nuance has just released a free PDF Reader that also to view a PDF and convert it to other document formats. This is one of the best zero-cost Adobe Reader alternatives and is sure to come in handy when you need to read or convert a PDF into another document format.

PDF documents can be viewed in a nice clean environment with one toolbar loading with large icons to accomplish popular tasks. The other toolbar is hidden with a drop down arrow that allows you to view other options without them getting in the way or making the space seem crowded. The viewer has some standard features like the ability to highlight text, underline, zoom, crossing out, viewing comments and view formatting.

The document converter allows you to select a file, select what document format you want it in, and you can even send the converted document to a friend. The applications forwards to the Nuance website where it converts the document and can then be downloaded or sent to you in an email.

Nuance PDF Reader is a great Adobe Reader alternative if you are fed up with the amount of system recourses the program takes up. Download the free program and enjoy the free document viewing and file conversion.

Nuance PDF Reader 6 Download
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TeamViewer Screen Control and Screen Sharing Window and Mac
Thursday, February 18, 2010 2:10 PM

I don't know about you but my parents and friends are always having computer problems and they want me to fix it. It's hard for me to troubleshoot over the phone so a remote desktop option is always best. There are many really good options out there but many of them are confusing and require making accounts on websites and I just want something simple and fast that will get me into their computer.

TeamViewer is a Mac and Windows application that allows you to host a connection or wait to be connected to. The software comes in several forms but the two main types are the full version and and smaller client only version. This is a great way to do remote desktop because the client doesn't have to install anything. They just download the client software and launch the application. So they don't need a login and they don't need to install anything which is faster and more convenient.

TeamViewer is free for non-commercial use and the free non-commercial version's features are more than sufficient if you don't have several computers to control at once. If you just need it to gain access to someone's computer and fix a problem this app will get it done quickly and efficient. You can also use TeamViewer to transfer files and make presentations as well. This makes it more than just a remote desktop application. 

TeamViewer does not require that you register on their website but if you do you can add your friends or co-workes to your “partners list” which shows if they have TeamViewer running. You can create that connection that much faster and chat with them during the process.

I have tried other remote control applications like logmein.com and I was impressed with the speed but at the same time the website is confusing and both parties need an account on the website. You then have to send a request to gain access via the website and the other party has to accept it. Then you have to figure out how to switch over and view their controllable computers. It just is too much especially if the person on the other side is not that tech savy.

TeamViewer Free
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Open Photoshop Documents in Paint.Net
Thursday, February 18, 2010 12:30 PM


Paint.net is a great free image editor similar to Photoshop. It has some of the basic tools and filters, but of course without the expensive price tag. Paint.net allows you to create images with layers just like Photoshop. Unfortunately until now you couldn't open or edit Photoshop documents in Paint.net. With an aptly named plugin Paint.Net PSD Plugin you can now open and edit PSD documents.

This is huge for people who don't want to throw down the money for Photoshop but still want to be able to edit PSD documents. There are many times this will come in hand and to have a free application that can open PSD is sure to come in handy.

Give Paint.Net a try and also the Paint.Net PSD Plugin 
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