I’ve never seen the movie in theaters and only once or twice on a TV screen. Whether it was because of that or my young age at viewing, I never understood the movie.
My wife prefers Spotify over Apple Music (Apple Music’s selection of her favourite tunes is woefully inadequate) so this news will make her happy.
Canada’s very own “Most Interesting Man in the World” debunks space myths.
What a great story. Obviously, it is due to a lot of things but we’ve heard from many people how much the Apple Watch can help and encourage them to make significant changes in their lives.
This news will be met with mixed feelings from a lot of photographers but there is no doubt that Yahoo has let the service languish for many years.
WKRP is one of those TV shows I loved but will never watch again. I’m afraid it won’t be as good as I remember it. It has happened to me before – I rewatched some old “Get Smart” shows I loved as a kid and thought, as an adult, it was awful. But I’ll listen to this playlist all day long.
All Mac users owe Kare a debt of gratitude for her work.
Based on my Twitter feed, Watson tells me I am “a bit critical and excitable.”
I’m always fascinated by assembly lines and this “disassembly line” is just as interesting.
Interesting that after all these years, Amazon has finally released these numbers. I wonder if they’ll ever announce Kindle and Echo sales figures?
I had no idea glass was so complex.
Tomato paste is one of those things I use all the time but have never given its production any thought. I had no idea it was made like this.
I’ve lived in port cities most of my life and, while I’ve seen many of these markings on container ships, I never really paid much attention or knew what they represented. Turns out, they are pretty interesting.
As always, gorgeous video but there’s an interesting note included with this one.
Nothing but good news for Apple and bad news for almost every other manufacturer.
At first blush, this seemed really silly. But on further examination, it’s fascinating how many variations Apple has had for “Space Gray”. You’d think a company renowned for its attention to detail would be more consistent in its colour schemes.
Another fascinating article in Apple’s Machine Learning series. It got a bit dense for me at times (or, rather, I’m a bit dense for the article) but there are lots of interesting tidbits of info included.
James Gunn: Here’s a cool list of the different jobs on a movie set and how they fit into the system. Gunn posted this on Twitter and not only is it an interesting breakdown of the jobs on a film … Continued
Considering the market share, I always bristle whenever a pundit says, “Apple needs to solve this problem…” instead of at least including Google and Android in the discussion. But there’s no doubt that Apple, with its stated concerns about user privacy and demonstrated control over all aspects of the iPhone, is uniquely situated to at least begin the discussion on these issues.
This is just one of many cases that will need to be adjudicated before the issue is settled but I think, in the long run, Apple will lose this fight.
QuickTime Player X is utterly useless as a production app.
Pretty impressive review from Serenity Caldwell at iMore.
Meaning, this is a test bed for where Disney wants to go with its own content.
I don’t know how familiar any of you are with the Foundation trilogy but when I saw this news I had a little squeal of delight.
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Cook had to be convinced to leave his gig at Compaq but it turned out well for all involved – except maybe Compaq.
To answer the headline – yes and not soon enough. There’s only been one 3D film I’ve ever thought was worth the money – Avatar. I haven’t bothered to go see a movie in 3D in five years.
Some will blow this off as simple marketing fluff but everyone at Apple should be proud of this accomplishment and the company’s commitment to the environment.
I test my poor wife on this stuff all the time. Like most people, she plays along with these little quizzes and questions but had no idea they can be used to harvest details about her for nefarious purposes.
Always fascinating to listen to Cook.
DeLong makes a great point. For those of us with children, Apple’s parental controls for the iPad are a blunt instrument.