I’ve been researching Bonjour networking as used by Apple for Airplay and AirPrint technologies. Bonjour allows for auto configuration and auto discovery of network services and devices. Apple iPad and iPhones will be part of the corporate network in the near future and people will want to use the AirPlay feature for screen displays and AirPrint for printing – you will need to know what it is.
I’ve been asked a few times about how I organise my PDF files and keep track of documents. This post looks at my workflow for capturing, storing, tagging and organising my Knowledge Management system. This is Part 2
A few times I’ve mentioned about how I manage collections of PDF documents, Text files and the accreted detritus of a Network Engineer. Since a number of people have asked me to talk in more detail about how I organise this and what methods I use, here is some rough description of how I perform knowledge management.
Seen some people talking about using TextExpander – here is one way that I use it.
Tip on configuring LaunchBar to add DuckDuckGo to your search templates. Because DuckDuckGo is better than Google search for me.
In the last couple of years, I find that I rarely use physical books to read something new. I recently started a new role that requires me to use a Windows 7 laptop and I’m finding it unreadable. Either there is something wrong with Windows or Apple have done something exceptional with screen displays.
Some tips on a Mac Bundle
In OmniGraffle, you often want to merge shapes together to create a single object, but you don’t want to lose resolution and you want them to scale properly. Grouping doesn’t help, but this does.
Quick tip on configuring iTerm 2 to show the profile names in Tabs – because it annoyed me.
Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 18 Aug 2011: