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GitHub For Mac Now Supported In GitHub Enterprise


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According to a GitHub post this morning, GitHub for Mac is now supported in GitHub Enterprise. The support comes as part of the latest release of GitHub for Mac. The features, “Clone in Mac,” username auto-completion and notifications, are now available with a user’s enterprise repositories.

According to the blog, GitHub is also supporting simultaneously logging in to GitHub.com, making repositories available all in one place. Here’s what the log-in page looks like:

githubmaclogin

And here are the login instructions:

enterpriselogin

GitHub has put an emphasis on its enterprise platform, a hosted environment that runs on  a virtual machine behind the firewall. The company raised $100 million from Andreessen Horowitz last summer for its enterprise push.

GitHub for Mac runs on OSX. GitHub originally launched the client in the fall of 2011.

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New Windows & Mac Updates!


Bitcasa

Over the last month, our team has been working hard to stabilize and improve the performance of our Infinite Drive for Windows and Mac desktops.

Just released, the updated Windows and Mac desktop clients are now available for download on our website at www.bitcasa.com/download. We will also be pushing an in-app upgrade notification for all Mac users (Windows users should already have received a notification). With these updates you can expect faster upload and download times, and an overall improvement in performance and stability across the board.

Windows updates include:

  • Boosted Explorer performance

  • Faster performance when uploading concurrently from multiple machines

  • Optimized cache to make it faster and more responsive, especially for large or full caches

  • Improved performance on large copy jobs

  • File uploads from local cache will continue if Bitcasa is interrupted

  • Fixes Windows issue with displaying Mirrored drives named with a colon (i.e. “E:” will now display…

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How To Mine Bitcoins


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Mining bitcoins – a process that helps manage bitcoin transactions as well as create new “wealth” – is the new Beanie Babies. Luckily for us, however, bitcoins seem to be going up in value and should maintain their value over time, unlike your mint condition Tiny the stuffed Chihuahua.

But how do you get bitcoins? You can begin by buying them outright, but the market is currently wild. At $188 per coin, the direction of the bitcoin is anyone’s guess right now and, unlike equities, these things don’t split. In short, you should probably mine. But what is bitcoin mining?

Think of it as work done by groups of people to find large prime numbers or trying keys to decrypt a file. You can read a lot more about it here but just understand that for every block mined you get 25 coins or, at current rates, $4,722.25. Currently a…

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Sculpteo Shows Us What 3D Printing Is Really Good For: Creating Adapters For Old iPod Docks


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Sculpteo, a French 3D printing company, is now offering custom iPhone adapters for older iPod docks, allowing you to add connect to your old Bose, Sony, JBL, and other docks with the new Lightning connector. Obviously you need a Lightning adapter but the $17 pieces will make it much easier for you to connect your phone to these older docks.

But the most interesting thing here is that this essentially creates a sort of interstitial hardware. Instead of buying a new dock (or a new baby gate or a new garden parasol) you can buy and print or download and print your own spare parts. This obviously won’t put your local hardware store out of business and 99% of the world won’t buy this Lightning adapter, but the fact that it’s available is very important.

“This story and this adapter is opening a new field of 3D printed…

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