When I Grow Up

Apple, iPhone, Music

When I grow up
I’ll be the hero
Of my story book
I’ll start at zero
And rise and fall
And rise and fall again
My head, my heart
I’ll fly into the wind

When I grow up
The sun will greet me
And every day
I’ll meet it completely
I’ll catch each wave and swim until I’m tired
I’ll practice every move, so inspired

When I grow up I’ll be good and strong
I’ll create a world where I belong
When I grow up

When I grow up
I’ll be who I want to
I’ll take every turn
With purpose and see through
The ups and downs
The hills, the starry skies
The beautiful beginning and reprise

When I grow up — credits
released 29 July 2014
Jennifer O’Connor – vocals, guitar, bass, handclaps
Amy Bezunartea – background vocals, handclaps
Tom Beaujour – guitar solo, handclaps and recording/production
Recorded at Nuthouse Recording in Hoboken, NJ on July 14, 2014

A concept that makes it easier for a good samaritan to return a lost iPhone

iOS

Lost_Mode_iOS-mode

I’ve recently read the article on Medium.com regarding and discussing an idea on how Apple could help “good samaritans” whose, finding our lost iOS device – and particularly an iPhone, to contact the device’s owner with ease. Thing that now it’s not so easy to do if the phone is locked by a code, or anyway request the finder to dig into our address book, or contact list, or recent phone calls…

I’ve liked it so much that I’ve used the Apple contact form to fill-in a request citing this article directly.

→ Check it out!

Where is your Dock

OSX

Pin your OS X Dock to the bottom right

… wherever you like! Shawn Blanc blogged on his own preferred place over the desktop to place the Dock, bottom right.

Personally I’m not sold on this, since I use my 2010’s hi-res MacBook Pro only in two ways: stand alone or in clamshell mode with a Dell U2713HM display. And in both I prefer my Dock to be placed on the left of the screen, with the auto-hide option enabled. So – as ever – YMMV

;-)