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teleport lets you use a single mouse and keyboard to control several Macs.
Simply reach an edge of your screen, and your mouse teleports to your nearby Mac, which also becomes controlled by your keyboard. The pasteboard can be synchronized, and you can even drag & drop files between your Macs.
Version 1.1.3 only works on OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion and possibly SnowLeopard. It is only available in English.
You can however still get teleport 1.0.2, which works on Leopard and SnowLeopard with Intel processors, and is available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Danish and Czech.
And if you have an older system or you’re running on PPC, you can still get teleport 1.0.1, which is fully compatible with 1.0.2.
teleport is donation-ware: if you want to support the author (me), you can make a donation by clicking on the link below. Thank you!
via abyssoft – teleport.
Brian Janezic, 27, was in the equipment room of one of the two Auto Wash Expressself-service locations he owns in Tucson, going through his cleaning supplies and vending machine items to determine what to reorder, when it hit him. “We have machines that automatically size and wash a car, mix chemicals, activate pumps, turn on lights — and here I am still counting inventory by hand.”
An online search introduced him toFileMaker Pro, a software product well suited to small businesses and tailored to the iPads that Mr. Janezic envisioned for himself and his three remote employees…
Do you avoid Gmail due to privacy concerns? Your resistance is futile. Benjamin Mako Hill has hosted his own email for the past 15 years, and despite that, he found that over half of his email messages either come from or go to a Gmail account, where they can be analyzed by the search giant’s automated algorithms. Of course, the same is roughly true of other large mail hosting firms, so although the mail you send isn’t likely to allow these companies to target ads at you better, it’s far from being a private communication between you and the recipient.