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Fending off viruses

Published on March 8, 2012 by in Uncategorized

Huh, what? The Mac has no viruses. What’s the point of this post? Well yes, unlike some other operating systems, Mac OS X is fairly virus-free – there are some proof-of-concept viruses out there, and some not particularly nice hacks etc, but not the constant bombardment that goes on elsewhere. But – and there had

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Scrivener: how do I get my stuff out of there and into Word (or Pages, or whatever?)

Published on March 7, 2012 by in useful stuff

Note: this post assumes you’re using Scrivener – originally designed by an author for use by authors, Scrivener is a god-send to barristers and anyone else who’s trying to wrangle rather a lot of information into some form of sense.  It allows you to put together a document in a non-linear way, so that you

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Where did my Library go?

Published on March 7, 2012 by in useful stuff

Those who’ve been using Macs for a while may remember that there was a Library folder in your home folder, once upon a time.  It saves some useful information (application settings etc).  Upgrading to Lion, it looks like it’s disappeared – in fact, it’s just hidden.  Very well hidden. If you do need to track

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