I have been interested in the Voynich Manuscript since I first heard of it in high school. I am nowhere near smart enough to get involved in its deciphering community but the idea of what it is and what it represents fascinates me.
This feels like yet another example of how such an arguably great service like Twitter seems to not have any idea of itself. Twitter seems to succeed in spite of the executives running it, not because of them.
I would strongly disagree with the characterization but time will tell.
How many of these did you have? I’ve used at least one model of each (except for the iBook) since the Powerbook 180.
It’s common knowledge that Apple has been very interested in developing hardware and software (likely associated with the Apple Watch) for various aspects of the healthcare industry. The problem is, as Cook said a year ago, Apple isn’t crazy about having to put the Apple Watch through the FDA process.
To be clear, Canada isn’t a paragon of free speech virtue but, like your own backups, it’s always better to have more than one.
Yes – there are “better” (cheaper, faster) wireless routers available but, when it comes to ease of use, set up and what I recommend to non-techies, it has always been Apple wireless routers. Which makes the reports of them being discontinued even more disheartening.
I always like Segall’s take on Apple’s ads.
I’ve used MFile.io several times in my photography classes. While it has some minor annoyances, it’s a quick and easy way to get a bunch of images up on a web site for others to see.
Unlike the iPhone battery replacement program, Apple isn’t publicizing this one. So, if you’ve had and paid for this issue, make sure you contact Apple to get your refund.
This is great news and hopefully, we’ll see it expanded to include even more content.
Not news per se (Apple has done this for many years) but it serves as a reminder for those of us who can’t figure out why there aren’t any app updates during the week between Christmas and New Years. The whole company functionally shuts down.
From the Imgur web site, these are extracted from the latest macOS Sierra 10.12.2 Beta 4 and they are gorgeous. I’d love to know the story behind how they were shot.
If you have an iPhone 6s, it doesn’t hurt to check to see if you’re eligible for a replacement.
Remember, “obsolete” doesn’t mean “will stop working”.
It is probably the most famous picture of construction workers ever taken. It’s an amazing shot, not just for the photograph itself but for who these men were, what they were doing and their utter fearlessness. I can’t look at the photo without feeling a little queasy and yet they had lunch on a steel beam 800 feet in the air.
I don’t know about irresistible but there are several tools on this list that some of you may be able to use to help your blogging in the New Year.
If this video doesn’t make you smile, then you’re having an incredibly bad day.
I remember the first demos of this system when it came out and being blown away by the possibilities it opened up to those of us in desktop publishing.
I’m seeing a lot of reports of this. Hopefully, this can put an end to it.
The pedant in me wants to remind everyone that “Frankenstein” was the creator’s name. The monster didn’t have a name. Don’t worry – I’ll see myself out.
I love watching these videos and would love to see this in person.
The non-removable nature of the SSDs in the new MBPs is a huge pain for tinkerers and those who have issues but it’s good Apple is at least looking for ways to make it a bit less so.
Caution: Some of these are so awful, it may put you off your Thanksgiving turkey.
Those of us who “love” our Macs or need them to make a living certainly have tre[idation with the seeming lack of direction Apple is showing with the Mac. I don’t think it’s all doom and gloom or that the Mac is going away any time soon though.
I’m pretty sure Tim Cook doesn’t care about helping Trump in the way he describes. But very few people believe it would ever be possible, incentives or not, to build iPhones stateside. There are too many moving parts in Apple’s supply chain.
This is one of those things that fascinated me as a kid and when I found the solution, I thought it was an utterly brilliant use of technology.
I would strongly disagree with my colleague, Mr Snell. I think Apple will eventually do this. But not for at least 5 years.
I love movies but anyone who knows me knows I can be a real PITA when it comes to historical accuracy. This website is a data gold mine for pedantic bastards like me.