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Josh, Aperture User, Tries Lightroom

Josh: An Aperture User Tries Lightroom.

All in all, I think Lightroom is totally fine, but I find Aperture faster and smoother. Photos v1 will replace iPhoto more than Aperture, but maybe v2 will replace Aperture. I doubt the Nik suite (which works fine with Aperture and Lightroom) will work with Photos unless Google updates it, and that’s a pretty big part of my workflow. I’m also really curious about the library in the cloud component, and if there will be an option to not use that for those of us with terabytes of images. Sigh. Why couldn’t Aperture just continue to be developed until Photos really is ready to replace it?

Swift Blog

What's the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

Airspeed Velocity

I don't know. But it's a good blog for Swift developers.

RFID in the NFL

NFL players will wear RFID chips this season to track their movements

I think the NHL is doing something like this as well, perhaps in a few years. I don't know if it's by RFID though.

The Adobe Illustrator Story

The Adobe Illustrator Story from Terry Hemphill on Vimeo.

1Password as an iOS Extension

1Password App Extension for iOS from AgileBits on Vimeo.

AgileBits/onepassword-app-extension at GitHub

Making Alcohol Bottle Rockets

Definitely going to have to try this out.

John C. Dvorak is Still Around

And guess what kinds of headlines he's writing.

The Apple iTime Is Destined to Fail

Some things never change.

P.S. I didn't click it. That won't ever change either. :-)

New MacBook Pros

Apple - Press Info - Apple Updates MacBook Pro with Retina Display.

I'm gonna get one. I'm going to replace my 13" MacBook Air. Probably a 13" MacBook Pro Retina.

Raising Prices of Apps, Selling More

A Candid Look at the Financial Side of Building Mac Apps on Your Own

In 2007, I priced the app at $7. Over time I raised the price to $9, $12, $14, $19, $24, $29, $34, $39, and, now, $49. With each price increase my total sales and revenue have only gone up. And, as an extra bonus, the quality of my customers has increased as well. I never received as many angry emails from customers as I did when the app was priced cheaply. Now that VirtualHostX costs “real money”, I weed out those users who aren’t willing to make a financial commitment to the app and my company.

iTunes 12 Ditches the Sidebar?

What the hell? iTunes 12 and the Case of the Missing Sidebar

iTunes 12 and the Case of the Missing Sidebar:

I’ll miss the sidebar, and I wonder why Apple is removing it. For those who use it, it’s a convenient way to access much of your iTunes library. According to screenshots published on a variety of websites, there is no longer even a drop-down menu at the top-left of the iTunes window when the sidebar is hidden; you access the various libraries and devices by clicking icons in the navigation bar.

Sidebars in Yosemite

We're probably going to have to update Analyzr.

Edit: There's some discussion here.

Halt and Catch Fire, The Mac

Halt and Catch Fire Gets the ’80s PC Revolution Perfectly Right. Here’s How.

Great show.

Mac in HCF

What stood out to me the most was how, for seven or eight episodes, Cameron was trying to beg, borrow, and steal (384 K extra!!!) to create a very, very basic "interaction" model OS, and… in one of the last episodes, they show the Mac.

It, as much as anything I'd previously seen or experienced, drove home the point about just how far the Mac advanced the world of personal computing.


Paul Bissonnette’s Ice Bucket Challenge

Uhm… Good on ya, dude.

Making a Bootable Yosemite Drive

How to make a bootable OS X 10.10 Yosemite install drive.

Creating a bootable OS X installer in OS X Mavericks

DiskMaker X

Looking for a Golf Forum?

The Sand Trap .com has been online for over ten years now. Still the best golf forum out there.

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