About the Mac OS X SIG blog

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This is a blog that is intended to compliment complement Stanford's Mac OS X Special Interest Group email list. It's community supported, which means it's not the voice of any department or school on campus. The content is heavily skewed towards the Stanford environment, and the content is edited by Stanford affiliates. The whole site, though, is public and Google-able, just like the Mailman email list group archives are public.

The intention here is to build and support the Mac-using community here at Stanford, while making our knowledge available to all users on the web. Please do not accept what is written here as gospel, truth or authority. This is not an official information dissemination channel for the university administration, department, programs or school.

Some links are protected by Stanford WebAuth and may not be accessible to users without a valid SUNet ID.

If you are interested in contributing to the Mac OS X SIG blog and want to be an editor, please send an email to nbfa@stanford.edu. Any kind of content generation is welcome, as long as it fits the mission of the site.

Keep in mind there is an RSS feed of this site, so you can be automatically notified when there's a posting.

Also, comments are welcome, though they are gate-kept to prevent spam. Any identifying information which you do not explicitly provide when posting comments (such as your IP address) will be kept private and used only for the purposes of aggregate metrics (itself, a product of whimsical curiosity by the site administrators). Although there are no guarantees, you should feel confident contributing without worrying about compromised academic freedom, as long as your contribution complies with Stanford's Code of Conduct and Terms of Use.

External links:
ITS official Apple website
Computer Support at Stanford
Stanford website for Leopard information

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Looks like this could be a useful tool. I assume you mean complement not compliment.

we have to start out with a spelling flame :-)

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This page contains a single entry by Noah Abrahamson published on February 7, 2008 10:35 PM.

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