Monday, April 14, 2008

Super Mobile


One of the main reasons to upgrade to Leopard is the Screen Sharing and Remote Login! It's crazy easy and nearly every time I'm on the road I remember something I did on a computer at home and now I travel with my Air but I have a couple other bigger machines that I do videos on at home.

I'm in Nebraska right now getting ready for the Heart of America Conference tomorrow and I just logged in and could work and uploaded a video to the Freedom Club all from my home computer.

This being said be careful how much access you give others! I was in the airport the other day and logged on with my T-Mobile account and noticed some dude had shared his whole computer so I enjoyed looking through pictures from his last couple of vacations and the profit/loss report from the last month of business. lol

Can't wait to see some of you tomorrow!
DJ

8 comments:

Alex Rodriguez said...

I could never get that to work. lol

Even the Mac guys at the local Apple store gave up.

Sure is cool and would be awesome to be able to use.

Deyl said...

as your accountability partner, i have to ask if you looked at the cheerleader jpg?

KENT said...

the beauty of Mac. :-)

Daniel J. Watkins said...

So true...I sat in the back at PartnerCon and looked thru a few others' unsecured laptops. LOL Glad to know I'm not the only snoop... ;)

Daniel J. Watkins said...

At another event I noticed how many people have their iTunes playlists available to anyone with a wireless connection. I'm surprised at some of the really bad music people listen to!!! Marky-Mark and the Funky Bunch????...c'mon people...

Holritz Photography said...

Oh man! That's brilliant! A new hobby has begun. :)

- N

Kevin Sturm said...

Call me a party pooper but I'm going to say a better use of your time would have been sending him a remote message advising him to turn his share off. Call it karma call it the Golden Rule...call it whatever you want.

If I forgot to turn mine off that's what I'd wish someone would do to me.

|| davidjay || said...

For sure - I looked for him but I dunno how to send a remote message to a PC. :(