Free up some storage on your Mac with Monolingual

Getting close to running out of space on your mac? Chances are there are lots and lots of language files cluttering up your computer and using up valuable storage space. Side stage left, enter Monolingual. This nifty (and FREE) app scours through your computer to remove any language files you don’t want. By default, it selects all except English. You can obviously uncheck any that you want to keep, but this nifty little app does a great job to clean up un-wanted and never-to-be-used language files. Enjoy!

Dino Days in Lake Forest

We took a trip to Dino Days in Lake Forest this weekend and it was a total blast. Jurassic Park setup a tour in a park and they also had a reptile zoo where we were able to pet a baby alligator. I was shooting with my Canon 50D body, 50mm 1.8, and 17-55mm 2.8 lenses. I spent most of the day shooting in AV mode so that I could focus more on aperture, even though I usually shoot in Manual mode.  

How to setup an SSH tunnel to browse the web securely

I often have the need to encrypt my traffic when using a public Internet wifi, like at a university or a coffee shop. After scouring the web, I tried a few different tunnels, but this one really worked. This tutorial is aimed at people using OS X on a Mac, but could easily work for any other operating system. ssh -D 8080 -f -C -q -N username@serverIP If you have a non-standard SSH port, just add -p to the end of the command. First, I setup this command as a /usr/bin command so I don’t have to remember it. sudo …

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