HowTo Copy a Folder in Linux/Unix

HowTo Copy a Folder in Linux/Unix

So, I got this question recently from a new Linux user, but I’m pretty sure even people who’ve been using Linux for some time will have a question or two regarding copying files on the command line. Unix, and by extension, Linux isn’t known to be very chatty. Most commands are two...
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How To Convert Text To Audio Using Automator On OS X

How To Convert Text To Audio Using Automator On OS X

If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, you’d know we’re big fans using tools that’ll save us time or effort, however small it may be. After all, computers are the best at doing manual, repetitive work and doing it much better than humans would do. OS X has...
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How To Reindex Your Folders Or Rebuild The Spotlight Index

How To Reindex Your Folders Or Rebuild The Spotlight Index

Spotlight is without a doubt, one of my favorite technologies in Mac OS X. I’ve been a fan every since it was first introduced with Mac OS X 10.4 “Tiger”. Spotlight, at it’s core, is essentially a database or an index of all the files on your hard drive. The user facing part of...
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Stream The Latest BlockBusters For Free Using Popcorn Time

Stream The Latest BlockBusters For Free Using Popcorn Time

Hollywood has a pretty tight grip on the business of streaming movies and if you’re someone who’d like to watch the latest blockbusters from the comfort of your own couch, you basically have no option but to wait for the theatrical release, even if you’re willing to pay money to companies...
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How To Enable php On Apache With OS X Mavericks

How To Enable php On Apache With OS X Mavericks

If you’re an OS X user developing php based application, you’d have realised that the apache configuration shipped with OS X doesn’t have php enabled out of the box. If you try to open a php script using your browser, you’ll just see the php code as text and not the rendered HTML...
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How To Start Apache Server In OS X Mavericks

How To Start Apache Server In OS X Mavericks

Mac OS X used to be the one of the easiest operating systems around to get a basic web development setup. For anyone interested in learning HTML/CSS/JS etc, all they had to do was open the sharing pane from system preferences and enable the web sharing option. On OS X 10.9, web sharing has been removed. That...
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How to view HTML source in Safari And Firefox

How to view HTML source in Safari And Firefox

If you’re a Linux and a Mac OS X user, like I am, chances are that you tend to stick to the same browser in both the operating systems, maybe because you’re familiar with it or maybe because you just like that one browser. In my case, that’s usually the Mozilla Firefox browser. While...
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Top 5 Sites To Watch Movies And Documentaries Online For Free

Top 5 Sites To Watch Movies And Documentaries Online For Free

If one goes by the available statistics alone, TV viewership is declining across the world, especially in countries where fast and reliable Internet is available and cheap enough for everyone to afford. While that does spell doom for TV companies, trends also reveal that movie and documentary film makers...
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Why Should You Switch From Qwerty To Colemak Keyboard Layout

Why Should You Switch From Qwerty To Colemak Keyboard Layout

If you’ve been using a computer for some time, you’d be familiar with the term ‘qwerty’ –  That’s the first six letters on the most popular format of the keyboard layout in use. The qwerty keyboard layout was introduced more than a century ago and while almost all other...
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The Curious Case Of The iPad Mini

The Curious Case Of The iPad Mini

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few days, you’d probably know that Apple plans to release a new 7″ (or 7.8″) iPad sometime this month. Well, actually, Apple hasn’t confirmed anything except sent out an invite to the tech press which seems to all but confirm...
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