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Blue in the Tooth

I’ve been getting a fair amount of questioning about Bluetooth lately, so I figured I’d post about why it’s so cool, how it’s not entirely geeky, and what I do with it.
The Good
The cool part about Bluetooth is that it’s just supposed to make peripherals easier. Phone, keyboard, mouse — all of [...]

More on AirPort goodies

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, Macs now have a nice AirPort network manager. Here’s another good article from the AirPort Blog with more detail:
Using Tiger’s Preferred Network List

Yes. Yes, yes, yes.

Michelle tells me we now have internet at home again (Speakeasy DSL, by the way — highly recommend so far.) I’ve been basically offline at home since the end of July, so this is a welcome change. I’ll be setting up the wireless tonight.

Mac OS X 10.4.2 Update and New Airport Options

Finally, a nice wireless network manager in OS X! Airport has always been good (and sure enough better than anything on Windows or Linux) but there was never a way to reset a known network so that you won’t connect to it in the future. This was particularly difficult if you joined someone’s [...]