I did a much earlier version of this course about ten years ago. It was Objective C and AppKit. A Swift and SwiftUI version sounds like a lot of fun. Need to make time for it.
Very nicely presented. All data sources are legitimate.
Long overdue rebranding of the company I work at.
Nice idea. Can’t really wait on the web to adopt sane password practices so the pragmatic idea is to consolidate knowledge for the biggest websites.
Working from home and doing videoconferences all day long has made it painfully obvious how badly the built-in webcam on my MacBook Pro compares to the front-facing camera on my iPhone / iPad.
It has become obvious this should be part of the Continuity set of features on macOS / iOS.
Looks like an Open Source clone of the excellent but defunct AbbySoft Teleport, which allowed you to “move” mouse from one Mac to the next. That program integrated very well with Mac OS X and used Bonjour / ZeroConf. This is multi platform, probably doesn’t looks as good on the Mac.
Bookmarked to try one day.
Makes me want to return to my open-office layout at work a lot less.
I found the immigration records for several family members here. Super neat.
Using Bluetooth is very smart, and it means that it can be done in a way that preserves privacy unlike following people around through their cell connections. It should also be more precise.
Article explaining how it works Technical papers
one of the few true geniuses of 20th century comic art
Kind of a crazy concept in modern days: instead of running your application inside an Operatin System; your application pulls the full operating system and runs alone in dedicated hardware or Virtual Machine I assume. So you end up with something lightweight and with a much smaller attack surface area.
Let's try and not use Zoom because
They don't care about your privacy
They don't care about your security
They lie to you
They are not trustworthy
Allows 4 people to play dominoes online in real time. Great during a pandemic!
Crowdsourced Covid-19 tracking.
You don’t have to know everything. You simply need to know where to find it when necessary.” (John Brunner)
Giant list of macOS command line commands.
Classic Mac emulator running inside a browser.
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