I feel that a user is asking questions without the purpose of gaining an answer, but to rather link to several other sites. Multiple links in almost all of his / her questions with less then half of them with accepted answers.
I can't tell if he's simply being a good user with lots of links in his questions or someone who's asking lots of questions trying to increase site traffic.
I use Lazarus a lot on Chrome and FireFox. Well, not a lot, but it's great for crashing when you're writing something online in a form that doesn't automatically save what you're writing. Plus, this should be default in every browser ANYway, and not built-in any web site (such as gmail).
So, is there any such option for Safari? Does Saft do that? Just by looking at the home page, it seems to me like bloatware to Safari 4.
Ok, so rotating two disks with Time Machine is rather simple. Probably simpler than using 3rd part to do backups (from this worth reading FAQ about TM) of it.
I actually like to keep half my macbook's disk for TM and I want to add an external disk.
Problem is: I can only choose one to backup on TM's settings.
One possible solution is setting up TM to a RAID, but I'm not sure this is a good idea, and I believe it would require both disks (or partitions) being the same size.
Currently I think it's better to just manually rotate, by going to settings and changing the selected disk daily, or whatever frequency.
I think the question here is: how can I do this automatically?
Again, some of these look like legitimate questions, but for the most part it looks like a lot of links to other forums and boards, applications, and developer sites.