Kevin Ballard
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kballard reviewed on 29 Aug 2006
I just started using this to wake me up in time for class, and it hasn't failed yet. It works very well and always wakes me up. Thank you!
[Version 2.3.6]

kballard commented on 30 Apr 2006
Does this version actually work properly? last version I used never bothered clearing the existing list of bookmarks before displaying new ones, so it just piled up duplicates. I had to fix it myself in the source.
[Version 1.1]

kballard commented on 14 Apr 2006
Doesn't seem to work properly on an intel iMac. I hope a universal version is released soon.
[Version 1.50b1]

kballard commented on 07 Mar 2006
Wow, this is completely useless. Not only is it a manual process to detect these two pieces of malware, it's also something that you can already detect by simply *getting info* on the file! Plus the vulnerability has already been fixed.

[Version 1.0]

Kballard commented on 24 Nov 2005
I would encourage people to take a look at Smart Crash Reports . This seems to be similar to SCR except on a per-app basis and not as powerful.
[Version 1.2.3]

Kballard commented on 11 Oct 2005
This sounds like a really useful widget, except it requires Indigo to exist on the local computer. I want to see a widget that lets me give it the hostname of another computer on my LAN and access Indigo across the LAN. Basically, I want to be able to control my room lights from my laptop with Indigo running on the server in my basement.
[Version 1.0]

Kballard commented on 09 Oct 2005
I agree that you should be submitting crash reports instead of ignoring them (ideally you should install Smart Crash Reports so any apps that support it can get your crash reports directly). However, an alternative solution to this app (that doesn't require using the Terminal as was suggested before) is if you have Developer Tools installed, go to /Developer/Applications/Utilities/ and turn on Server mode.
[Version 1.2]

Kballard commented on 29 Sep 2005
The explanation here isn't matching the issues I'm having with lookupd. Twice now I've had Safari simply stop being able to load web pages. No apps hang, just Safari is sitting there trying to contact the site and never going anywhere. When I unplug my ethernet cable I suddenly get a crash reporter dialog for lookupd, and plugging back in my ethernet cable allows Safari to function once again.

Will this program help with this issue, or is this something completely unrelated?
[Version 1.0]

Kballard commented on 03 Sep 2005
Why is this showing up in the OS X section despite Realmz (sadly) being OS 9 (and below) only?
[Version 8.0]

Kballard had trouble on 11 Oct 2004
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[Version 2.1]

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