As a motorcyclist, especially this time of year, the weather dictates where and when I ride so having tools like the excellent DarkSky is really important.
This is a huge deal for Aetna, Apple, and Aetna’s customers. It also means we’ll see more health related apps and other company’s offering similar services to their customers and employees.
I’ve always been a fan of travel, especially for students. If you are a student in college, see if your school has programs that can help you pay for study abroad. I promise, you won’t regret it.
One month from today, Apple will again announce it has made an incredible amount of money.
Good interviews with some of the principals responsible for Apple Music.
What a BS list. How can Apple Jacks be rated 40th!?
I don’t use the Roku products but I like when they update and improve. It helps to put pressure on Apple to continue to do the same with the Apple TV.
This is a comparison from a professional photographer. His conclusions are exactly what I would have expected.
Scully has a remarkable voice and presence. I’m not even a Dodgers fan but I listen to the games just to hear his voice, his style and his sometimes wonderfully odd story asides.
Great album from an incredible band. There’s also a story about the baby, Spencer Elden, now also 25 years old.
I’ll stick with my non-recording Oakelys.
Apple says they are “aware of an issue that affects the encryption strength for backups of devices on iOS 10 when backing up to iTunes on the Mac or PC. We are addressing this issue in an upcoming security update.” It’s not going to happen but I’d like to hear an explanation from Apple about how and why this backward step was implemented.
I’m BBC – “Bald By Choice” – and while I’d be the first to admit I’d love to have a Fabio-like mane, being bald is certainly less hassle.
I just put this on my Bucket List.
1Password to the rescue!
I’m a big fan of having photos printed and always encourage my students to print off their best. This new service from Amazon is just another option.
Everyone is raving about this article and, while it’s interesting, this “feature” is not “crazy”. Photographers have been creating this effect in camera for a hundred years. I’ll critique it and Panzarino’s photographs (gently – after all, I can’t make fun of a guy with a new baby named Enzo!) on tonight’s Your Mac Life “Starting Point Photography” segment. Bottom line is, you don’t have to wait for Apple’s iOS 10 “Portrait Mode” to create these kinds of images.
I knew about the typesetting and page making parts but the bookbinding was new to me. Fascinating, laborious process.
May the odds be ever in your favor.
I’ve been a Walk Leader for several years and have always had a lot of fun. I love the idea that thousands of my fellow photographers of all levels of ability and experience are all shooting on the same day. Check the web site to see if there is a walk in your area and, if not, apply to be a Walk Leader and create your own walk. It’s easy to do and there are prizes available for both leaders and shooters. Plus, it’s for a good cause.
Very few of the additions to macOS Sierra will make a lot of difference to me except for the better “universality” of the Mac with my iOS devices. Looking forward to testing that out.
“Optimized Storage” sounds like another one of those things that would be great – in theory. But, in practice, I’d be very careful about using it.
I love these behind the scenes secrets of film productions.
As a photographer, I’m excited about what the iPhone 7 brings if only because it will push other manufacturers to do more with less. Of course, there may (will?) be a tipping point where the market is unsustainable for the Nikons and Canons of the world. I hope that day never comes though.
I love these Ken Block videos. I can’t imagine being able to drive this well.
Twitter has a lot of major problems but removing the pain point of this (relatively) minor problem is a nice little perk.
This just might be the GoPro that makes me buy a GoPro.
I’m a big fan of the Take Control books. While most of us would never read manuals (even if our machines had them), some folks want to know all the ins and outs of an OS. The Take Control books will give you a wealth of knowledge.
I wish Apple would stop trying to do comedy. I really wish they’d stop trying to do comedy with James Corden.
In our “digital age”, we forget (or never knew) about how things used to be done. While there’s no doubt the new method is better, the old method is fascinating.