12 Jul 2010


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Use File System Check

Your Mac seems stable and healthy, and you figure you’ve got it made. Because of this, you’re probably thinking you don’t need to check the file system for errors.  Don’t do that though, because there may be problems lurking in the background that you can’t see. Just as it’s a good idea to go to the doctor once a year even if you feel great, you need to give your Mac the once-over every once in a while too.

Although you could purchase expensive third-party utilities

to search your hard disk for errors and repair them, your Mac OS X machine comes with a built-in utility called File System Check that you can use to do the same thing. File system checks are run using Single-User mode by typing in a simple command. You should perform these checks monthly. To run a file system check now, follow these steps:

1.      From the Apple menu, choose Restart.

2.      As your Mac boots, hold down the Command+S key combination to start the computer in Single-User mode. (Make sure to press this key combination right after the chime; otherwise, you won’t get in.)

3.      At the command prompt, type /sbin/fsck –fy. There’s a space before the –fy. This command tells your Mac to run File System Check, force the check (f) and answer yes (y) to any and all questions regarding fixing, repairing, or salvaging information. Apple says this is the optimal approach because answering no to any question causes fsck to stop running.

4.      If the File System Check finds errors, run it again until no more errors are found. You’ll know errors were found if you receive the message “FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED.” You’ll know when all errors have been repaired when you see the message “The volume Macintosh HD appears to be OK.”

5.      Type reboot once all of the errors have been found and repaired.

Thanks to Jolie at Bright Hub for this article: http://www.brighthub.com/computing/mac-platform/articles/2308.aspx

12 Jul 2010

Whats new in Photoshop CS5

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Since the merge between Macromedia and Adobe, Photoshop remains one of the most powerful tools in any digital designers tool shed, and they continue to impress. Now on version CS5, they continue to astound designers with powerful rendering solutions. Read more
10 Jul 2010

Crash Ahead

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This month's show is not be to missed, A great lineup of performers and a great band to perform along with Mike Check. Book tickets in advance in order to reserve a spot for you and your loved one.
28 Jun 2010

Faces in the crowd

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This week I am happy to have helped promote and assist my good friend and musician Mike Check prepare for his upcoming showcase on June 1st at the time square location for faces in the crowd. Read more
27 Jun 2010

Control This Mind

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Mike Check Faces in the Crowd Event Promotion

Once again another photo manipulation for good friend, as well as great musician Mike Check who has upcoming shows that cannot be missed. The latest promotional graphic is to help promote one of the tracks off of the latest mixtape "Check Me Out". Control this mind can be heard on Mike Checks website here.