One feature of the iPod is that you can play purchased music stored on your iPod on someone else’s computer. Of course, you can’t save the music on that computer without “authorizing” the machine to play it, which is good since it stops illegal pirating of purchased FairPlay-protected music.
I have a bit of a problem. I obsessively check certain websites (cough, cough, Facebook) when I’m supposed to be working. Is there a way to block those sites during the workdays but still allow access after hours and on the weekends?
I have a MacBook running Tiger, and my battery doesn’t stay charged as long as it used to. I know Apple says batteries should retain up to 80 percent of their charge capacity for up to 300 full charge-and-deplete cycles, but I never bothered to count how many times I’ve charged the battery since buying this laptop. Is there a utility that can help me?
If you have a network-capable TiVo (such as a TiVo Series3 or TiVo HD) that you’ve connected to your network via Ethernet or wireless, you can transfer recorded shows from your TiVo’s Now Playing List to your Mac—and, for the first time, from your Mac to your TiVo