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    Published on 11th June 2009 by

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    In the coming days you're going to see a lot of mentions of DFU, or Device Firmware Update mode to give its full title. While you can update your iPhone firmware without it, many geeks consider putting their iPhone into DFU to be an essential step for a firmware update - it's the equivalent of a Clean Install on OS X, leaving your iPhone <a href='http://www.mactalk.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/bowling.wav' target="_blank">bowling</a>/<a href='http://www.mactalk.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/urinal.wav' target="_blank">urinal</a>/<a href="http://www.snpp.com/episodes/1F15.html" target="_blank">elephant</a> fresh. <em>Mmm...</em>
    Published on 4th June 2009 by

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    Today we're going to look at a simple way to keep your bills organized using Bento 2, the popular and powerful database software from the folks at FileMaker. This tutorial will show you how to set up a Library to keep a record of all your bills, and a Collection to organize the ones which need your attention now.

    Published on 28th May 2009 by

    Here on our end of the planet it's sometimes hard work to keep up with your favorite TV shows.

    From keeping track of when they're on, to managing your download quota, to actually getting to watch them before you see spoilers on the interwebs, it can sometimes seem like more trouble than it's worth. Wouldn't it be easier if you could just sit down on the couch and start watching, like regular TV?

    Well, you can! There's two ways to do it: you can pay someone to come into your house while you're at work, start your downloads, wait for them to finish, then convert them into some format you can watch in your living room, and hope that they're not raiding your fridge and stealing your stuff. Or alternatively, you can automate the whole process so that you never again need to lift a finger.
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