Skip to main content

MacWorld

Now, since during this year's MacWorld, I was at our corporate annual kickoff event sitting in presentations,  I had not yet gotten the opportunity to watch Steve Job's Keynote that he gave at the event.

So, when my wife fell asleep on the couch this evening, I decided I'll go ahead and watch it in HD.  So I did.  I did notice a couple things though, first off I notice Steve Jobs make about 4 mistakes in his presentation (and no, I was not counting).  But I heard him say "Tiger" when he actually meant "Leopard" and other minor mistakes like that.  Makes me realize that even if you are arguably one of the best presenters alive right now, even you too can make mistakes.  

However this is on thing that I did notice.  At one point in the beginning when he is introducing the "Time Capsule" product, he walks in front of a screenshot of Time Machine up on the screen.  In the lower left corner, there is a button that isn't there normally on Time Machine.  It said "Show only changes in files".  Or something similar.  I went and looked at the Time Machine screen shot (linked above) on the Apple website, and sure enough it's not there.  

So my guess is, in 10.5.2 which is due out soon,  (Next week, I am predicting), not only will you have the ability to restore backups of files, but you will be able to diff and revert to an older version of a file?  

Sounds plausible, we shall see.

 Subscribe in a reader

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Offset, Depth, Distance, and Within

Without going off the deep-end here and discussing every single Snort rule keyword, I just wanted to touch on a few modifiers that people sometimes misunderstand.  They aren't difficult, and hopefully after this explanation and a few examples, I can clear some of the air around these five modifiers.

The five modifiers that I am talking about are
OffsetDepthDistanceWithinnocaseThese five modifiers are not keywords of themselves, but rather they apply as modifiers to another keyword.  That keyword is "content". The content keyword is one of the easiest pieces of the Snort rules language as all it does is look for a particular string.  So for instance if I wanted to look for the word "joel" within a packet.  A simple:
content:"joel";Would allow me to do that.  The interesting part comes into play when you want to specify where inside of a particular packet you want the string "joel" to be looked for.  If you are running just a plain content ma…

Writing Snort Rules Correctly

Let me start off by saying I'm not bashing the writer of this article, and I'm trying not to be super critical.  I don't want to discourage this person from writing articles about Snort rules.  It's great when people in the Snort community step up and explain some simple things out there.  There are mistakes, it comes with the territory.  If you choose to be one of the people that tries to write Snort rules, you also choose to be someone who wants to learn how to do it better.  That's why I write this blog post, not to bash the writer, but to teach.

I noticed this post today over at the "Tao of Signature Writing" blog, and to be honest I glanced over most of it figuring it was a rehash of things I've already read or things that have already been written from countless people about "Here's how you write Snort rules!".  I scrolled down quickly skimming, not reading at all really, and noticed this part:
Now, let us look at the second questio…

Safari 5.1.4 now available

Safari 5.1.4 now available, fixes issues and improves performance | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog:


Improve JavaScript performanceImprove responsiveness when typing into the search field after changing network configurations or with an intermittent network connectionAddress an issue that could cause webpages to flash white when switching between Safari windowsAddress issues that prevented printing U.S. Postal Service shipping labels and embedded PDFsPreserve links in PDFs saved from webpagesFix an issue that could make Flash content appear incomplete after using gesture zoomingFix an issue that could cause the screen to dim while watching HTML5 videoImprove stability, compatibility and startup time when using extensionsAllow cookies set during regular browsing to be available after using Private BrowsingFix an issue that could cause some data to be left behind after pressing the "Remove All Website Data" button