I wish my facial hair had a Twitter account like Jim https://twitter.com/DalrymplesBeard
Metadata is a great way of identifying the source of a digital image, and even tools used for post-processing, but is a bit of a problem when you only have access to physical prints and not the original digital images
The original article stated that iOS devices were used for both taking and post-processing these photos. Further research revealed while this was the case with Antonio, Mark took his photo with a DSLR and post-processing was done on an iMac, and Kirschen was a mix, taking the picture with a DSLR, but the post-processing was done with an iPad.
The data sheet reports black resolution up to 1200 x 1200, and color resolution up to 2400 x 1200.
The use of a laptop is more a suggestion than a requirement. I was able to run NetSpot on my Mac mini, but I can't see using any sort of desktop Mac to do a site survey, unless you have a very long extension cord, or a UPS that you'd like to lug around while performing the survey. My understanding is that iOS API calls to access Wi-Fi data are private, so any iOS app that performs a site survey wouldn't get approved. There may be some goodies floating around in the jailbreak arena that could do this for you.
I don?t see a significant speed benefit for external drives.John, I'm curious what other drive technology you've used that offers throughput on the order of hundreds of megabytes per second? The best I've seen before this is a USB 3.0 drive which approached 80 MB/sec throughput.
Please note this product is now called iExplorer.
When the program is running, it won't display a window unless you choose Preferences; you'll see a small indicator in the menu bar, with "dn" and "up," as shown in this older site for the program: http://kunysch.de/projects/snmpstatus/index.en.html I've updated the article to make this clearer. I had no problem running it under Snow Leopard, so am sure Tiger is just the minimum version of OS X you need to run it.
The article in the original show notes has some tips, but this article provides more detail on how to remove it: How to remove MacDefender fake antivirus program
The first stuff mentioned link above, regarding changing the admin password in single user mode, is a defunct link. Bummer because I was really looking forward to that one. Thanks.The link has been fixed. Sorry about that.