It’s sometimes necessary to view and manipulate files hidden in your system. Unfortunately the Mac OS X file browser, the Finder, does not display these files by default and has no easy way to access this option. This simple hack allows you to choose whether hidden files are displayed or not.
This is a continuation of the Browsers 2009 post with results for Windows browsers. This time there are 2 arguable winners, but one clear loser.
I downloaded the newest Beta versions of three popular OS X browsers: Opera, Safari and Firefox. To see which one has the best performance, I ran some benchmarks. Here are the results. They pretty much single one browser out as the best.
On the sixth day man created God in his image.
If you would like to know just how inflected the Polish language is take a look at the following word.
This single verb contains a whole sentence full of information…
On the morning of the eleventh day of September 2001 a plane crashed into the North tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. No one understood how it could happen; what a strange accident. Fifteen stunned minutes later another plane hit the second tower, and it became horrifyingly obvious that it wasn’t an accident at all, but a deliberate attack.
Five years has already passed since one of the defining moments of our century: the terrorist attacks which we have become accustomed to calling 9/11. It’s hard to believe it happened so long ago; perhaps this is a good time to reflect on what happened and how the world has changed in those few years.
I had a strange dream…
“This is a man’s world, but it is ruled by a woman.”