My name is Cédric Bozzi. I make websites and apps, and this is my blog dedicated to technology: here you’ll find news, opinions and reviews, all written by a Mac-head who tends to have definite opinions about stuff.
XP on Mac won’t start the computer’s fans when heat rises, so if you’re using it for a while you might just fry the computer. Which isn’t surprising at all, considering OS X updates have been known to bork fan speeds (and when you think about it, it makes absolutely no sense to defer fan management to the OS rather than handle it with firmware).
[03/21] Or the opposite. There’s already enough people who have tested the XP on Mac thing, so where was this rumor coming from then?
Stapler 1.0 [via] is an interesting new note-taking / to-do-list application. It’s rather rudimentary (and could be prettier) but well thought-out for what it does: each list item is an inline RTF document (i.e. it can take formatting and images), there’s a checkbox to mark items as done (unlike OmniOutliner Pro’s checklist that doesn’t think of changing the item’s color) that remembers what date it was checked, and it seems light and responsive enough. I could very well move my per-project to-do-lists to this.
Shareware (but the website says it’s nag-free and doesn’t mention an expiry date), by the makers of Ulysses, no less. You should definitely see if it fits you.
The Mighty Mouse’s mouse. Scary stuff.