the disconnect between technology, and our ability to understand it on an end user level, is growing rapidly. Thus making it overly complex, to keep track of who we are online, and who we are offline.
I've always been fascinated with password managers, as without them, my life would be an utter mess. When trying different password managers for the Mac, I discovered that none of them were really perfect. Being a security freak, I frown upon security based applications that are riddled with private code and made from closed source.... Continue Reading →
Unlocking your Mac with your iPhone’s Touch ID, or it’s bluetooth and wifi proximity sensors, is possible, but the solution comes from 3rd party apps as opposed to natively being a part of Mac OS (why Apple why?)
Today, you are going to learn how to mine Z-Cash on your newly built Hackintosh (or Mac Pro) running an NVidia GTX 1080 GPU in my first guide and tutorial for Nerd-Tech.net. Preperation (or click here to skip to step 1) Be sure you have properly installed your up-to-date alternate Nvidia Webdrivers for Mac OS... Continue Reading →