The Two way authentication from Google is very cool! I found a post describing how to install it under sid, but I have modified it to apply to the current version of Debian stable.
Download the libpam-google-authenticator package from http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/libpam-google-authenticator. (It is not available in Squeeze stable, so I downloaded the following manually: http://ftp.se.debian.org/debian/pool/main/g/google-authenticator/libpam-google-authenticator_20110413.68230188bdc7-1.1_amd64.deb)
I’ve been using a small app called dockless. Dockless hides the icon from the dock…that’s all. But it does it great and it’s free.
Dockless is a little app that does what some people have always wanted – remove certain applications from their dock. Dock real estate can become precious, and some apps don’t make a whole lot of sense sitting there. That’s where Dockless comes in. With Dockless, any OS X application can be made to show in the Dock or not.
Snow Leopard and Mac OS X Lion both have built in support for Exchange 2007 and 2010.
But what do you do if your company is running Exchange 2003 or if you want to run IMAP (And your company only permits a “Outlook Anyware”-type setup, IMAP over HTTPS).
Well you can either stick to running the Outlook Web Access, which in Exchange 2010 is kind of nice, or you can install a program called DavMail. DavMail acts as a proxy between your computer and the corporate Exchange server.
Some really nice features in DavMail:
It’s cross-platform. You can run it on your Mac, Windows och Linux machine.
You can run it on a server or locally on your client-computer.
Your browser trusts many certification authorities and intermediate sub-authorities quietly, every time you enter an HTTPS web site. This add-on reveals when certificates are updated, so you can ensure it was a legitimate change.
I have been using TotalTerminal for a while now. But since the latest 1.1.1 the visor is displayed under the dock. (I have my dock on the left side of my screen) This is both annoying and renders the TotalTerminal useless.
This is all due to a bug fix in 1.1.1. There is a way to fix this issue.
Open a new terminal.app window and enter the following line: