Monthly Archives: November 2010

When technology becomes useful 0

Abstract: Here I tell you how I’ve found an impossible to find image for an album cover.

How to change icon on your Doc 0

I’ve switched from OpenOffice to LibreOffice. I allways thought OpenOffice icon was terrible awful, and I’m not a designer to help by offering something better. I decide to change the icon at the doc in my Macbook but I never did it before so I’ve search how to do it I here I offer how […]

Next caprice; sonos 0

A colleague -quite fanboy BTW- shows me how sonos works… my first impression was positive. As long as days pass through I get more enthusiastic about it. Few days later I found myself showing sonos video demo to my brother and my brother-in-law. And then I realized how useful it could be, although it cost […]

Convert a PDF to text without an OCR 0

I’ve got a PDF with more than one hundred pages, I need to work on it. So I look around for a tool that may convert those PDF pages into text. I’ve found a nice application -quite well accepted by different people- suggested by Apple: PDF OCR X Community Edition… uhmm, it sounds well. What […]

Dd-wrt as a bridge 0

I’ve set my new Internet conection. The new ISP offers a low cost connection, low price, and low bandwith, it fits what I was looking for. Unfortunately I just can plug one single PC, connection it’s controlled by macaddress plus a password. No problem, I’ve buy a Linksys WRT54GL (remember the L letter and the […]