About & FAQ
Be welcome to Cartri’s blog.
This site is a personal blog maintained by a young Brazilian History Student (and also I.T. Technician) and everyone who “joined the boat” – be it by using and reporting back projects’ releases, be it by the debate of contemporary I.T. subjects under a social point of view.
I like to call it “Plog” as it was firstly created as a way to organize and track my projects, as I used to forget about most of them.
With time, I.T. users and technicians around the world got the idea of the site, which – as any blog – is in constant debate of subjects. I try to bring to our “frozen machines” world a bit of historical and sociological awareness and bringing to the end users hands the choices and knowledges about what and how they are using – or some times being used by – technology.
This site has no profit objectives, the main objective of it is bringing over the table technical subjects that most Companies likes to let under the carpet. To agree or disagree with the opinions here expressed are equally the objective of many of my posts: It’s not about liking or not something, but being aware of the social changes brought by the technological revolution, and having an opinion – whatever it is – on this matter.
The Projects are the material realization of such toughs and here shared among news, videos, opinions, history… a bit of everything.
Please be welcome to opine in every subject and project posted!
The Blog is temporarily reorganizing the way it was, in order to let clear that it’s intents were NOT RELEASING STUFF WITHOUT AN OBJECTIVE.
Quick F.A.Q. on the “Mac Edition Bios” project
This Project has as intent to show the world that its naturally possible to any normal person to install OSX into their machines, facilitating the process of doing so by emulating computer environments that will let the user do so easier.
Together with these BIOS/Firmwares comes the real subject:
Apple Inc. (AAPL) has been using many unorthodox practices to over-control OSX and its variants (like iOS) leaving their own public with less choices of hardwares and softwares – what tends to monopoly and, in some countries like mine, conflicts not only with reason and good common sense but also with the law (www.vendacasadaecrime.org.br)