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A blog about various technologies, including basic computer tweaks, how to create a hackintosh, computer programming, and hardware upgrades

Owner: marcbudofsky

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  • Thank You Box.net!
    on Oct 13, 2011 in iPhone Update Miscellaneous
    For anyone using an iPhone, download Box.net immediately on your phone and make an account. They’re running a new promotion and are offering 50 GB accounts for free, for life, with no strings attached. Easily the best cloud storage promotion I&...
  • Operating Systems Analysis: OS X | Windows | LinuxAs part of my MBA program, I’m required to take Written and Oral Communications. One of our assignments was to give a 10 minute persuasive speech on a topic of our choice. Given that I have an affinity towards technology, as well as being a com...
  • Shareaholic SexyBookmarks Plugin
    on Oct 12, 2011 in Miscellaneous
    In an effort to make my blog more social networking friendly, I decided to install SexyBookmarks by Shareaholic to easily allow users to share any of my posts on some of the more popular sites – Facbeook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, Reddit,...
  • Bringing Media By MRB into HTML5
    on Oct 10, 2011 in Personal Web Design
    Keeping with the trend I started last week of updating my resume, I decided an update of my portfolio was in order as well. From the same site where I found the layout for my resume, I found another tutorial for a portfolio utilizing HTML5 and jQuery...
  • HTML5 / Schema: marcbudofsky.com
    on Oct 6, 2011 in Personal Web Design
    I’ve mean procrastinating updating my personal/resume site for the past couple of months. Last night, I finally sat down and updated the content, but was disappointed in the layout. Yes, I designed the site myself, but that was a year ago. Sinc...
  • Your University MapsWelcome to Part 3 of my Google Maps API implementation. In my last post I explained how to implement the ability to save and load a set of data points via a JSON string on top of the Google Maps API as a set of markers and a polyline, and how to perf...
  • Google Maps API, Part 2In my last post, I explained the basic implementation of the Google Maps API to allow a previously unindexed set of points to be mapped out. After completing the first version of the code, I immediately noticed a few small bugs that hindered its oper...
  • Google Maps API, Part 1When I returned to Binghamton University at the beginning of this semester, I was immediately confronted by large amounts of construction in the middle of campus. Binghamton has been doing construction for the past 2 years, so this wasn’t that...
  • Driving Around Virginia
    on Jun 9, 2011 in Miscellaneous Personal
    I’m currently driving around Virginia (in the backseat) and realized that I am in desperate need of an update. Here’s a quick update to help pass the time as we drive: 1. I’m a college graduate. Yes, it’s a very crazy thought,...
  • WiseResume in the News
    on May 20, 2011 in Wise Resume
    As I posted last time, WiseResume is officially launched as an open beta. Since then, we’ve made some progress in the marketing department, and have had a few articles written about us: Entrepreneurs launch social networking site for résumés...
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