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bio website chillysky.com
location Morristown, NJ (though I go to school in Lakeville, CT)
age 16
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
seen Aug 20 '13 at 17:51

I like to work with Cocoa, PHP, HTML5, and servers. I have six Apple certifications, including the System Administrator certification. On the side, I really enjoy running cross country and track. I've done a lot of work for various companies.


Mar
17
answered How do I stop a deleted purchased apps from continously charging me?
Mar
17
comment How do I stop a deleted purchased apps from continously charging me?
You are being charged by Apple?
Feb
12
awarded  Constituent
Feb
12
awarded  Caucus
Jan
10
awarded  Critic
Nov
11
revised How to find the location of an icon file on OS X?
edited title
Nov
9
awarded  Self-Learner
Nov
8
revised How to find the location of an icon file on OS X?
edited body
Nov
8
awarded  Commentator
Nov
8
comment How to find the location of an icon file on OS X?
Thanks. You were completely correct, though, do you know if Apple has a higher resolution image of this somewhere?
Nov
8
accepted How to find the location of an icon file on OS X?
Nov
8
asked How to find the location of an icon file on OS X?
Oct
10
awarded  Yearling
Sep
3
revised Use curl to download images from website using wildcard?
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Sep
2
accepted How to use pipeline in Terminal
Sep
2
accepted Sanbox admin privileges
Sep
2
comment Sanbox admin privileges
Wow, I understand why it works but it's still a little surprising. According to what you said, I could give an app access to another user's desktop folder (or any other folder I don't have permission to access) as long as I open up one of its parent folders in an Open dialog. It kind of defeats the purpose of permissions unless I'm not seeing it correctly.
Sep
1
asked Sanbox admin privileges
Aug
11
comment How to use pipeline in Terminal
@bmike Thanks for responding, but could you be more clear? Should I do something like echo password | echo password | echo password | normal command?
Aug
11
revised How to use pipeline in Terminal
edited body