I’ve been casual gamer since I was about 8 years old when I was first introduced to computers. I played a really mean game of Oregon Trail on my Apple II E at school. My first computer had the blazing processing speed of 100mhz. I’ve seen a lot happen both […]
Keep it simple. select * from table1 where criteria1 = TRUE order by random() limit 500 Simple enough to get the job done and pulls a random sampling based on the result set.
Apple’s restrictions over defaults are typically a good thing. They help prevent users from accidentally being misled by something malicious or an attack. However, when someone wants to intentionally change the default to something, say, the default music player, Apple’s controls don’t make it very easy to do. I searched […]
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 […]
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, […]