If you can tell the day by the things that happens in the morning this will be a good one… At last OnyX, my favorite french software utility for Mac OS X maintenance has been updated — along with it’s sisters applications Maintenance and Deeper) to a full Yosemite compatibility. Download now!
Apple’s decision to make a wholesale shift from Lucida to Helvetica defies my expectations. Criticize the company as much as you’d like, but it treats user experience with reverence. So, this leaves me wondering: What possible reason is there for this shift? Why make a change that impedes legibility, requires more screen space, and makes the GUI appear fuzzy?
The answer: Tomorrow.
— Eric Karjaluoto
Wow! That’s cool… This was what i tought after reading this announcement in Apple website over the new security-related functionalities of iOS 8.
After reading this article from 9to5mac:
I’m really beginning to feel teased by Apple…
Before buying an iPad, or any other tech toy, make sure to think it through; don’t let subliminal advertisement affect your choices. Make the right choice, you don’t need to have it now.
Quietly, without marching bands announcements, my pal Nicola D’Agostino has started a companion project to his fantastic Stories of Apple – which I introduced you a while back [It was 2008, remember?].
Quotes and tidbits from Apple’s history – A companion to http://www.storiesofapple.net
Deployments are only as good as the vision set forth before a Wi-Fi system or even a type of device is selected. If a school district isn’t going to follow Apple’s guidelines, it shouldn’t expect a successful project.
— Bradley Chambers, MacWorld