Almost everything went smoothly except that on boot my machine couldn’t connect to the Internet. When I looked at the Network and Sharing Center, “Unidentified network” showed up. To check my network configuration I dropped into a command prompt and ran “ipconfig /all” only to find that I had a new default gateway address: 0.0.0.0”. Disabling and re-enabling the NIC fixed the issue until the next reboot.
I’ve been meaning to post this before, mostly for my own reference. this might be an obscure problem, but it’s extremely fucking annoying and I see it associated with IPv6 everywhere for some reason, but it’s not. this post has the trufax solution.
Maciej Stachowiak, from Apple, will now be helping steer HTML5 as part of the W3C’s HTML Working Group. We can hope this means a focus on WebKit’s priorities for HTML5 like improved offline storage, background workers, and geo location.
I love Suspicious Package. It’s a QuickLook plug-in for pkg-style installers, showing you what’s going to be installed and where, without having to navigate into the installer bundle, unarchive the contents, and so on. Great for finding out if that app you’re about to install wants to crap up your system with an InputManager.