Yesterday I noticed that iCloud tabs for my iPhone did not appear in the “iCloud Tabs” button on […]
Me too! My Liftmaster 8550W has been a quiet workhorse mechanically, but the electronics, the myQ app, and […]
The original Macintosh famously shipped with a sharp (at the time) 72 dpi (Dots Per Inch) black and […]
My grandfather gifted my first Macintosh, a Mac 128, to me in March of 1984 as a graduation […]
It was around 1980, I was 14 and arcades were all the rage. I figured I could save […]
Back in 1991, I had a lot of SCSI equipment for my Mac. SCSI was fast for the […]
We used a wide variety of computers at The Voyager Company. One of those was a Macintosh Iici, […]
Back in 1989 we (The Voyager Company) released Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on floppy disk with an audio CD. […]
We just finished a three day, four hundred mile round trip to British Columbia. We paid with Apple […]
Don’t wait for the moments to happen.
As a developer, I use Apple’s Xcode to develop software. The Xcode interface is a single pane design […]
If the rumors are true, Face ID will be replacing Touch ID on the iPad this fall. I […]
Please use Apple Pay whenever you can. It’s the only way it will become more ubiquitous and improve. […]
It’s time to get serious about micro.blog
Last week, Elizabeth met me at a local restaurant so i set a reminder to have her drop […]
The infomercial for this thing makes it look like cleaning the machine is a nightmare.
I am goibg to tey a day whrhiur auto correct. Holy hell.
I moved the HomePod about 10 feet farther away to the left. Siri has a harder time hearing […]
I wasn’t always an Apple fan. My Atari 800 was bought by my parents because the Apple II […]