hidden gems in the latest Apple event

When Apple presents something, it’s worth to take a second (and a third) look at what’s on stage…

This time I noticed the MacPro’s in two computer racks (and I do think they run a customized in-house version of OS X server, to justify the raw power they can provide and… that incredible and beautiful transparent polycarbonate chassis holding a pile of 5 Mac Mini. Which is not the first time I see in use by Apple.

Did you notice something else?

suggested reads for October 10, 2021

suggested reads for October 3, 2021

suggested reads for September 26, 2021

… and if you want to try, these are two posts in Italian on topics that matters to me that you can try to enjoy with a translating app/service:

  1. Un altro genere di mobilità — Reflections on how men and women move differently are leading several European cities to rethink aspects of their urban planning;
  2. L’identità di genere spiegata a chi pensa di non averne una – Gender identity explained to those who think they don’t have one;

Don’t Make Me Think

The mental load that comes with multitasking on the iPad has shied me away from using it for more than the often cited media consumption machine. Keeping up with gestures, keyboard shortcuts, drag & drop interops, UI patterns and hinting is now a cumbersome full-time job and i wish Apple’s current generation of devs would take a cue from /Don’t Make Me Think/.

Thomas Marban