In case you’ve never heard of twitter, it’s a social networking service that makes it very easy to see what your friends are doing, as well as tell your friends what you are doing. If you want to follow me, I’ve made it very easy by adding a link on the lower right side of my site (which also shows my updates), and you can also follow me by clicking here.
With so much fraud and problems with security on the internet, it’s sometimes hard to know if a file you download on the internet is what you think it is or not. Fortunately, you have a way of taking a “fingerprint” of any file you wish to post, and likewise a way of verifying any file you download against that same “fingerprint”. The instructions I give for this tutorial (and every tutorial I’ll do) will be for the Mac, but most everything I show will be able to be done in any *nix OS. Sorry Windows users. Continue reading “How to Verify Files with an MD5 Hash”
The folks at iphone-dev.org have once again been able to release a jailbreak app for the latest iPhone/iPod Touch firmware–2.1. Having just updated my iPhone last night to get some of the improvement benefits, I was very excited to see this released today. I have a terminal emulator again. 🙂
Two days ago I got a new iPhone, and with all its web capabilities I decided to try and use some of the advanced features. So, I am currently in the tractor loading hay while updating my webpage. I took some photos too, hope they turn out. Note: not too sure what happened, but it doesn’t look like it saved the photos. To bad too, they were kind of cool.
My friend Jesse just posted a how-to on changing OS X passwords from singe user mode. Working on lots of macs all the time it has come in handy.
Well everyone, I’ve taken the twitter plunge. I have joined twitter. So if anyone wants to follow me, follow kylew01. Update: Check out the new twitter feed on the right. Be sure to scroll down to read more.