I’ve used Mac OS X for many years and along with each upgrade or even each new install, followed by use of the “Migration Assistant,” there’s been applications, preferences and miscellaneous files accumulated which were no longer used or known of.
The following recent experience is being shared for those who might find themselves in a similar situation with Google’s efforts to improve their link search content.
I’ve used Google’s Webmaster Tools and Google Analytics for years to track Google’s indexing of this blog and those visitors it receives. They’ve both been useful tools allowing me to fix minor issues with this site and to understand which posts are generating the greatest interest on the internet.
Sometimes a plus can also be a minus. Those with full sized hands and previous experience with full sized D-SLR’s, may find when operating the Olympus OM-D it feels a bit small…lacking grip.
Now I’ve used my OM-D extensively and have never dropped it but I’m always aware the “grip” is not as good as with my full size camera. I found a workable solution to this issue in the Olympus HLD-6 Battery Grip.
This website/blog is possessed! That’s about the only answer I have left after trying for five days to discover why it’s using so much CPU time on my shared host. And of course, my hosting provider, rightly so, is wanting me to find that answer or else they will have to limit resources or pull the plug on this site. So, Meandering Passage is running bare bones just now. There’s not even a contact form
Back in June of this year I successfully built a PC to run Apple’s OS X operating system on. These non-Apple hardware computers are commonly called Hackintoshes and there’s a whole community out there running and supporting them. At that time I installed the current OS X Lion version 10.