Mac Kung Fu LinkList: Monday 19th October 2015

19 October 2015, 08:00

Perhaps in time Apple will produce inexpensive home servers. Though the current Mac mini server is inexpensive, it’s still too complex for the average home user. Apple needs to put their expertise to work in making server software and a server ecosystem that can be used as sort of a plug-and-play approach.
An Apple home server [Opinion]

Auto-correct is a useful feature, but I’ve found in Apple’s recent operating systems it gets triggered in many of the wrong places. It would be great if it were optimized to work when you need it, or if you had some options to turn it off for certain types of text fields.

Turn Off Auto-Correct in OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 [Tip]

I did what anyone else would: I cleared my afternoon schedule and got right down to business; reading, carefully, the entire document. It turns out that I was much too pessimistic! I needed only 33 minutes.

OS X El Capitan License: in Plain English [Fun]

It turns out that your metadata isn’t encrypted. I discovered this after having a sync issue with Dropbox (I use Dropbox to host my keychain). The file that had issues was 1Password.agilekeychain/data/default/contents.js. Being a curious kind of guy I opened the file to see what was in there. The answer is the name and address of every item that I have in 1Password. Every single one. In plain text.

1Password Leaks Your Data [Security]

iMyfone Space Saver for iOS is specially researched and developed to improve your iPhone performance and boost your iPhone speed by securely freeing up storage, cleaning junk files, and performing photo compression on your Windows computer.

iMyfone Space Saver for iOS [Windows App] [Note: I hope to review this soon]

It’s been 5 years since the introduction of the iPad. Isn’t it about time they made an emoji or emoticon for it?

iPad Device Emoji Suggestions [Fun]

With Dipster you can register on websites, activate accounts and simply receive emails without disclosure of your primary email address

Dipster – Disposable Email [iOS App] [Now free of charge]

Looking for the list of iOS 9 Safari content blockers? You’ve come to the right place. As of this writing (19 Oct, 2015), we’ve added a few codes to each entry in the list to make them a bit more useful.

Updated list of iOS Safari content blockers [iOS Apps]

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