Archive for February, 2012

All good things must come to an end

Today I flipped on the internet and found out some not so fresh news. Apple’s new OS, Mountain Lion, won’t be supported on the ol trusty black Macbook of mine.

Here’s the list of unsupported Macs for Mountain Lion:

Any Intel Core 2 Duo MacBook from late 2007 – late 2008 (Model Numbers: MB061*/B, MB062*/B, MB063*/B, MB402*/A MB403*/A MB404*/A, MB402*/B)
• The Mid-2007 Mac mini (Model Numbers: MB138*/A, MB139*/A)
• Late 2006 polycarbonate iMac (Model Number: MA710xx/A)
• The original early 2008 MacBook Air (Model Number: MB003LL/A)

If you want to check your Mac and see if it’ll place nice with Mountain Lion click on the Apple at the top left and select “About This Mac”. On the screen that comes up, click “More Info”, then look under the hardware section.

It’s been a good ride I’ve had her since 2008 lasting me through college and then some but I hate to see her go. On the bright side it looks like I now have an excuse to get a new Mac

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Fresh Tech Blogs

So as many of you know my thing is tech. I read tech, write tech, talk tech, eat, sleep and breathe tech. With that in mind, what better to share than some of my freshest tech blogs? The number could probably be higher, but here’s 10 sweet tech blogs you really ought to read. Some are super nerdy and for techies only, but many aren’t. Enjoy!

Lifehacker – This site is one of my favorite tech news sites. It offers tech-related productivity tips and news and articles on how to get things done.

Gizmodo – This site offers reviews of gadgets, gizmos and cutting-edge consumer electronics.

Engadget – Its witty and short tech articles, breaking tech news and exclusives are updated around the clock.

Digg – Technology focused news site where the stories are chosen by community members rather than editors.

Wired – Focuses on current and future trends in technology, and how they are shaping business, entertainment, communications, science, politics, and culture.

Techcrunch – Group-edited weblog about technology start-ups, particularly the Web 2.0 sector.

Apple Insider – Great site for up to date apple news and rumors.

Mashable – This is your source for anything and everything on Web 2.0 startups and applications.

Boy Genius Report – They’re full of rumors and leaks, and are almost always right.

Ars Technica – Heavy on the geekery, but full of interesting thoughts and niche pieces.

How to get workout fresh

Well February is here and by now everyone who has started their New Year’s Resolutions have either given up or you’re determined to keep the freshness and stick with them.

For the few fresh ones who are still going strong I have a fire workout  to help reach you fitness goals this year. This workout isn’t for slackers everyone, but if you’re looking to go hard in the gym and get stronger this workout is for you.

Powerlifting is based around 3 main lifts squat, deadlift, and bench press. I prefer to call them the “supa fresh 3” but you must know these lifts are the most important parts to see results in they gym. The supa fresh 3 activate your biggest, baddest, and hardest hitting muscle groups which release more testosterone and growth hormone leading to fresher results.

Below is the workout I personally use. I created it to where you workout 3 days a week resting every other day. This allows your body to recover so you can reach your FFMGP or fresh full muscle growth potential.

Check out this workout and unleash it in the gym! Your excuses are invalid just do it! If you have any questions just let me know.

Until next time Stay Fresh My Friends!

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