Monthly Archives: February 2005

Firefox popularity increasing on the Mac

I see where according to a MacWorld poll, 23% of respondants now use Firefox as their main browser on their Mac – only 5% use internet Explorer. Still, 65% use Safari – I hate Safari. I hate it for one … Continue reading

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Free backup utility for Mac OS X

Matthew Phillips wrote a piece on how to backup your Mac using a free utility called RsyncX. The article goes through different backup scenarios in detail and will be useful for anyone who wants to backup their Mac. RsyncX is … Continue reading

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Using your Mac for Enterprise Database Development

I found a fascinating article on the OSNews site on how to use your Mac for Enterprise database development today by Ken Cluff. In the article, Ken explains how he salvaged an old mac G4, downloaded/installed various tools and now … Continue reading

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Search Engine Optimisation – Step 1. Identification of Aims

Successful Search Engine Optimisation is all about ensuring that the relevant content is delivered to those who search for it. Therefore, the first step in any Search Engine Optimisation project is to clearly identify the aims of the site – … Continue reading

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Global Dimming – explains reduced Global Warming

Global Dimming is a recently discovered phenomenon which says that the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth’s surface has been gradually falling. Although the effect varies greatly from place to place, overall the decline in the amount of sunshine reaching … Continue reading

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Why is Search Engine Optimisation important?

It is estimated that 90% of all online traffic is achieved through the various search engines. If your Web site doesn’t have a page appearing in the top 10 search engine result positions (SERPs), the chances of someone clicking on … Continue reading

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