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Apple has new home

We have shiftedDear Readers, AppleChipmunks hasshifted domain and is now available at . We are now a blog using the powerful and are hosted on the powerful servers of WebhostingPad.The previous posts will remian here, however this is the last entry at

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Think Different: Safari Buttons


TGR has designed amazing Safari : think different buttons that add a new dimension to your page.AppleChipmunks has already requested for customized button.

Here is the code that needs to be added to your HTML.

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<a href=””><img class=”alignnone”
title=”Safari Think Different”
alt=”” width=”225″ height=”120″ /></a>

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Sandboxing Chrome on Mac: A Cakewalk

Google Chrome

Article Source :ArsTechnica

Google’s engineers are working steadily on a Mac OS X version of Chrome, its relatively young entry into the browser space dominated by IE on Windows, Safari on the Mac, and Firefox on both. The good news is that implementing Chrome’s signature sandboxed processes is a relative snap compared to Windows, or even Linux, due to the BSD roots of Mac OS X’s internals.

Google’s Chrome browser is most known for its unique approach to security, whereby each tab in the browser is handled by a separate, sandboxed process. In addition to providing additional protection against one problematic webpage or Web app taking the entire browser down, it provides the most secure browsing currently available on any platform. The sandbox effectively prevents a malicious webpage from accessing the rest of the system.



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Taken from Flickr User Stephen Coles



The Newton ‘Virus’

Before you jump off to be excited about this piece of beauty (i.e if you have not already read or heard about it) let me tell you that this is a piece of Art that was a winning entry for an art Competition.The Newton Virus is a fun piece of software that makes your Mac behave as it would do in gravity ie the icons fall to the bottom of screen and move around if you move around your MAC.This feature uses the Motion Sensor technology present in MACS.

On a more serious note , this is not a virus.It is a piece of prank that you can play on your friends MAC and leave him /her truly speechless for the 1 min the virus runs before safely deleting itself.Also it has not been designed to cause any kind of Data Loss so that too is unlikely.

Here is a short video showing what I mean.


Best Apple Ads

We all have fallen in love with the recent MAC vs PC ads that seem to have made a mark on the Windows market share.However, these are ironically not the best breed of ads from Apple.A company that has always been known for its niche class marketing strategy and artistic ads, Apple Ads are a class in their own.Here are the Best Ads from each ‘genre’ of Apple Ad Campaign.


Newsweek Brochure Page 1


The famous 1984 Ad

The Lemmings Ad for MAC Office (1985-1990)

Think Different (1995-2000)

Switch Ad

Change the World

Macbook Air

Coldplay + iTunes


A Classic MAC vs Windows

Here is a classic warmer for the Famous MAC vs Windows campaign.

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