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Just two articles this week … not for the lack of them, but for keeping things in sync with the Italian counterpart of this blog…
Did you notice? On macOS 10.12 ‘Sierra’, when you try to add a new email account with Mail.app using the guided procedure it seems that you can only have an IMAP one…
Of course you can still have a POP3 account but, like it’s in Apple style in those last years, you have to use a gimnik to achieve the result [if you’re not going Apple-way-of-doing-things be prepared to this].
So let’s see how to do this. Open Mail.app and go to its Preferences, here point to the Account section and try adding a new account… make sure to give a wrong password on pourpose when asked:
After some work behind the scenes, the procedure will say that something is wrong and will ask some more details for this brand new account we’re setting up. As you can see in the following screenshot some more fields to fill will appear, along with a courtain asking the “Account type” we want to set up: IMAP or POP3
Go for lunch
This is the single best piece of business advice I can share with you: meet with people. Lunch is a great way to keep in touch, strengthen friendships, and sometimes be in the right place at the right time. At our studio, we stumbled into more (and often substantial) new work, just by sitting down with past/prospective clients over a burger and fries.
via Eric Karjaluoto
The 2016 edition of WordCamp Europe in Vienna was huge. There were lots of really good moments. Here’s the Andrea Badgley speech with the topic of daily blogging in her: Publish in 10 Minutes Per Day →
I’ll try to do this in the coming weeks, since I feel I am loosing confidence in writing out my feelings and ideas …
[Thanks to Luca Sartoni for putting the spotlight on this, I am digging with the technical speeches at the moment]
During last week-end I had the chance to read over some old post in the When I have time weblog of Sara Rosso. Those slides were made for her speech at the latest International Food Blog Conference in Sept. 2015. I thought you might enjoy it as well as I did …
Interesting read today over Medium. In a simple proof of concept Harmen Stoppels has shown how much information the browser’s autofill functions shares with an online form, even if this asks for a 3 items subset:
Read more over his post: Why you should disable autofill →