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Hide Directory in Mac OS X

Good for hiding app generated directories you don't want to see or to hide a directory for some other reasons... Open Terminal Type: chflags hidden /Directory/Path/ That should do it. If the directory is in a stack it can take a couple opens for it to vanish. To return the directory to visible, use the … Continue reading "Hide Directory in Mac OS X"

Install Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) on TouchPad

[UPDATED 3/19/12] - Add link to Alpha 2 - replace all references to Alpha 0.5 with Alpha 2 to install the newest version of CyanogenMod [UPDATED 7/14/12] - Add link to nightlies  of CyanogenMod - replace all references to Alpha 0.5 with the latest nightly build of CyanogenMod These are instructions for the CyanogenMod 9 Alpha … Continue reading "Install Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) on TouchPad"

Chuck Vs The Music on Spotify (Complete Series)

In honor of my favorite show ending, I've created Spotify playlist for music used in each season. Spotify is currently missing some of the songs used in the series but it is relatively complete. I will keep an eye for any updates. Playlist Links: Chuck Season 1 Music Chuck Season 2 Music Chuck Season 3 … Continue reading "Chuck Vs The Music on Spotify (Complete Series)"

Halloween Horror Movie Month (HHMM III)

It's my favorite month again and I'm pretty pumped. Fall has come and brought college football and the MLB postseason. My beloved Cardinals are in the playoffs and I hope they can surprise everyone. Warm and hearty food is going to be enjoyed (chili tonight!) and hopefully some good horror movie watching.

Halloween Horror Movie Month (HHMM II)

Last year I started my own horror movie watching tradition. This year I've given it a name that it can go by  - maybe it'll catch on :). So here's the deal: Halloween is coming at the end of October and in order to appreciate the holiday I've created a movie marathon leading up to … Continue reading "Halloween Horror Movie Month (HHMM II)"

Kill A Process Using Command Line

If you need to stop a process (program), you can use the "taskkill" command in Windows. Example: taskkill /im processname.exe /f You can also kill multiple processes at once that share similar names. Say you want to kill processname1.exe, processname2.exe, and processname3.exe running. taskkill /im processname*.exe /f For more detailed uses, check out Microsoft's TechNet … Continue reading "Kill A Process Using Command Line"