- Apple’s child safety features are coming to a Messages app near you
- Apple is trying to redefine what it means to violate your privacy. We must not let it.
- In internal memo, Apple addresses concerns around new Photo scanning features, doubles down on the need to protect children
- Best Font for Online Reading: No Single Answer
- Going cyberpunk and riding the vaporware: A look at retrofuturism – Take a deep dive with us into retrofuturism.
- Even Calibri’s Creator Is Glad That Microsoft Is Moving On — Microsoft is switching up its default font for the first time since 2007;
- Beyond Calibri: Finding Microsoft’s next default font
- Apple packaging like you’ve never seen it before – Photographer Johann Clausen sheds rare light on Apple’s product packaging in a captivating new series;
This has been a truly crazy week … so we have to deal with just 3 articles.
Third link proposed today, it’s one of the best thing “about Apple” read in a while.
- NAS 101: A Buyer’s Guide to the Features and Capacity You Need
- Against Performative Positivity — “Designer, researcher and educator Danah Abdulla on consumer capitalism, complacent convenience, political ‘wokeness’, and why we should all become design dissenters.”
- What We Learned From Apple’s New Privacy Labels — take your time to read it;
It’s the second time we have to “celebrate” the Easter – physically – away from our families and friends. Anyway I do hope you all are ok, that you and your beloved ones are OK and are suffering in the least possible way this pandemic.
- Shift Happens: A tale of three skeumorphs
- CJEU rules US cloud servers don’t comply with GDPR and what this means for web analytics
- Offscreen’s magazine issue 23 Editor’s Note
- The culture of hurry: the value of ‘free’ work time
- 161 ways to practice self-care while working from home
- Apple, ARM, and What It Means – Russell Graves was invited to iFixIt blog to write again about Apple’s transition to ARM chips after a long analysis on his blog;
In Italy we’re at middle August holidays. Along with Christmas this is THE holiday period and aside from the tourism business evetything else just… stops.
Meanwhile in the rest of the world lots of things happens. WordPress releases one of its biggest update in a while, Apple releases updates for its devices… and now another “incident” happens against the ‘monopoly’ of App Store(s).
We will see lots of interesting stuff in the coming weeks…
- Why AnyList Won’t Be Supporting Sign In with Apple — sign in with Apple seemed a good idea, but AnyLists’ developers shows us the drawbacks of this kind of solution;
- Apple’s Relentless Strategy, Execution, and Point of View – un commento di Steven Sinofsky in seguito alla conferenza di apertura della WWDC 2020 di Apple;
- How to Succeed in Your Office Job When There Is No Office – The coronavirus has many of us trying to be productive at home. Here are some tips for all of us, including our bosses.
- It’s Time to Get Back Into RSS – We all mourned when Reader died and took RSS with it, but it’s time to return to what made it great
Apple has declared the winners for its annual Shot on iPhone challenge.
I still don’t get how some people says that iphoneography is not photography. 🤷🏻♂️