Monday morning links serving: The February 4th edition

-Install OS X on Your Hackintosh PC, No Hacking Required
“Now you can install Leopard on your computer about as easily as installing Leopard on a Mac–no command line hacking required.”

-7 Tips for Morning Alertness Without the Caffeine
Here are a few things I’ve found helpful to reduce the transition period from being asleep to becoming fully alert. Not only does speeding up this wake-up process save time, it makes waking up less of a struggle.

-How to work from the beach
With the right combination of online resources (most of them free) — Flickr, Media Max, Jungle Disk, Skype, Earth Class Mail, Zoho, Google Docs, MyQuire, Mint, I Want Sandy, Gubb, and Picnik — you can liberate yourself from the office, and work from anywhere.

-Build a Mac for $350
This guide shows you how to get a 100% working hackintosh for only $350!

-How-to get Windows XP past the June 30th cutoff (or not)
Well with the June 30th cutoff fast approaching, PC World decided to take a look at your options for procuring an XP license after that date, but unfortunately, the picture isn’t too pretty.





2 Responses to Monday morning links serving: The February 4th edition

  1. the motherboard stated in the $350 mac article still needs patching to function. the board i use works out of the box. the only thing that doesn't function under leopard is sound in. other than that it's perfect. i also have a wireless card that worked out of the box. it's a great machine.