MyAppleMenu by Heng-Cheong Leong

Sun, Aug 5, 2012

@mat: Wow. Okay. So I've confirmed with both the hacker and Apple how this happened. Was via a phone call to Apple tech support.

AirDrop Any File From Quick Look In OS X Mountain Lion

OS X Daily

Auto Crrect Ths!

James Gleick, New York Times
Who’s the boss of our fingers?

Passwords, Backups And A False Sense Of Security

Julie Ng
As Mat’s case demonstrated, we’re often only as safe and secure as our passwords.

OS X Mountain Lion: Data Loss Via 'Save As'

Mac Performance Guide
If one edits a document than does Save As, then both the edited original document and the copy are saved, thus not only saving a new copy, but silently saving the original with the same changes, thus overwriting the original.
Embrace the new model of document management with Saves, Duplicates, and Reverts. Don't use Save As. Once you get used it, life will be better.

Simple Passphrase Conundrum

Daniel Jalkut, Red Sweater
Culturally and technologically, we have certainly come a long way from plain-text passphrases stored in a file, but it’s clear there is a lot more to be done. In the mean time, I’ll just be here fumbling with my phone every other minute, cursing Apple as I bask in a moderate sense of security for having jumped through all these hoops.