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It’s a celebration of burning oil we don’t have.
Starting way back with iOS 4.1 and continuing through the latest version (6.0.1 at the time of this writing), Apple has enable a hidden “Field Test” mode which allows users to, among other things, see the exact signal strength of their cellular connection instead of the arbitrary bars which, as we all know, don’t always perfectly indicate how poor of a signal we’ve actually got. Simply by entering the Field Test mode, you can see this numeric value and get a feel for how good or bad your signal might be. Getting that number to stay there in place of the bars is a bit trickier, but still quite easy to accomplish. Here’s how.
Anyone who says that Apple doesn’t pay attention to detail when they’re releasing a built-in application for the iPhone or Mac OS X clearly doesn’t know the company that well (the maps debacle is an obvious exception, not the rule). Sometimes, however, a third party developer just shines so much brighter than the default app that it needs recognition. The following apps do exactly that and deserve a place on any iPhone homescreen in place of Apple’s built-in alternatives.
He is fluent in all languages, including three that he only speaks. On every continent in the world, there is a sandwich named after him. When he drives a new car off the lot, it increases in value. He lives vicariously through himself. His beard alone has experienced more than a lesser man’s entire body. He is… The Most Interesting Man in the World. Now, you too can be him. Or at least look like him.
I’m Scruffy… the janitor.
Not sure what you’re going to dress as for Halloween this year? Here are a few ideas to help you out.
It’s been quite some time since I last posted a do-it-yourself costume idea, but with Halloween just around the corner I had one in mind that I wanted to share. My current television obsession is, without question, the fantastic BBC series Doctor Who. Matt Smith is pure genius in the role, so I figured his incarnation of the Doctor is a good place to start.
Every once in a while a developer releases an app for Mac OS X that becomes so integrated in to my daily use of the computer that I am disheartened when I use another Mac and that feature is missing. Apple certainly isn’t in the habit of doing this, but the following 5 apps should, in my humble opinion, be bought out by Apple and properly integrated in to Mac OS X.
Oops. Looks like someone over at CNN published the wrong pre-written article and is about to get fired. Out of a cannon. In to the sun.
The current state of education in the US is, to put it mildly, broken. This political cartoonist (who I would love to give credit to if I knew who it was) sums it up nicely within a single frame.
The tea party doesn’t have grassroots. It has huge corporate roots. Stop giving them your money.
I admittedly don’t read music very well, but I understand enough to know that Freddie Mercury’s vocal range blows my mind. Even if you don’t like Queen (who doesn’t like Queen!?), you’ve gotta respect that.
It’s that time of year again! Don’t have a costume yet?
Here are some great suggestions from Chai Life’s archive.
For those of you who are eagerly awaiting the Apple event tomorrow, here’s a roundup of what you might possibly be able to expect, if the plethora of rumors end up to be based in truth.
If I were in a knife fight and someone came at me with this thing, I’d probably crap myself.