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Archive for the 'Apple' Category

Getting More out of LaunchBar

I probably use about 10% of LaunchBar, but I'm bookmarking these here to read up on how I can do more: Take Control of LaunchBar Mac Gems: Veteran Gem LaunchBar gets better and better Be more productive with LaunchBar, Part 1 Be more productive with LaunchBar, Part 2 A Review of LaunchBar and a History […]

My One Hope for iOS 8?

You know what it is? That the damn Siri realizes my name is spelled "Erik" - not only on my iPhone, but on the friends who iMessage me or who say my name in other contexts. Perhaps the type-ahead stuff will help with that. I've always found it ridiculous that my iPhone couldn't be trained […]

Intelligent Details

A video about Bentleys (the cars) shot entirely on an iPhone 5S:

Legal Process Guidelines for U.S. Law Enforcement is an interesting read. And not too long. FaceTime and iMessages are end-to-end encrypted. Third-party apps are safe. Your email, call history, SMS messages, camera rolls (photos/videos), and a few other things are not.

Eating the Evidence

The Great Smartphone War: Apple vs. Samsung | Vanity Fair One day in March 2011, cars carrying investigators from Korea’s anti-trust regulator pulled up outside a Samsung facility in Suwon, about 25 miles south of Seoul. They were there ready to raid the building, looking for evidence of possible collusion between the company and wireless […]

Apple - Press Info - Apple Leadership - Angela Ahrendts. She can't do worse than the last guy… Also, this is cool: Parallax Scrolling.

ReadKit? NetNewsWire?

PulpFiction was great. Cyndicate was even better. But now neither are really no more, and it's only a matter of time before Cyndicate stops working. That will be a sad day for at least two or three people. Namely myself, Brad, and one other person I know who loves Cyndicate. I love how feeds are […]

Apple’s Wearable a Smart Band?

Apple and Nike are gearing up for a big announcement this fall? I dunno. Tempted to say "I'll pass."

Apple on the Environment

Memories of Steve

Memories of Steve, by Don Melton. I'm not going to quote anything. Just go read it.

iWork Updates (5.2, 2.2)

The Second iWork ’13 Update introduces a lot of nice things. Hopefully, this indicates that iWork is not languishing as it did for many years.

Michael Tsai shares a tip about searching the iTunes store via Alex Heath. A LaunchBar shortcut for it is:*.

Odd Page Breaks in Pages

I'm using Pages to write a book (because the thought of using Word makes my skin crawl a little bit), but two things are quite annoying. The first is how Pages treats keyboard shortcuts like option-delete, or shift-arrow, and similar. Oftentimes it edits or selects (or deletes) text after the insertion point, even though you're […]

Pixelmator - What happend to the color fields in the toolbar This drives me NUTS. I prefer Pixelmator over Acorn, but every few months, I launch Pixelmator thinking that it has to be fixed by now, only to find out that it's not, and to get so frustrated that I quickly switch back to Acorn. […]

Keyboard Repeat

defaults write -g ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool true Thank you! P.S. I have to reboot but fingers are crossed that this still works in Mavericks.