This year's WWDC conference was doomed to be special. Apple had a lot on its plate: deliver a successful digital-only experience, move all software platforms forward and keep the developers community happy. Did they deliver? Read more to find out.
So, now that Apple's Keynote is behind us, how did Apple fare against my previously published WWDC2020 wish List, Let's see. ThemeImportanceDescriptionFix comingServicesHighApple Card expansion to Canada. I'm not holding my breath, though.👎🏻ServicesHighApple Pay Cash expansion to Canada. I'm not holding my breath, though.👎🏻Apple WatchHighThird-party watch face available from a dedicated App Store. This could... Continue Reading →
I've been looking at a replacement for my aging AirPort Extreme for over a year. Here is my experience of replacing it with an Ubiquiti’s Unifi Dream Machine.
Today is a special day for many reasons. I’ve been working from home and (mostly) confined for exactly three months (March 13th). It’s certainly seems like a long time, but I cannot help but think that it’s only the beginning of a long journey. In fact, I can no longer consider myself as being confined... Continue Reading →
Do you wish for a better version of Instagram, not owned and operated by Facebook? Your wish may come true. A year ago, the Kickstarter project for …Bokeh To Challenge Instagram Good piece by one of my virtual-and-blogger-friend about a possible Instagram alternative. From the screenshots above, it certainly looks promising. But there are signs... Continue Reading →
Today, I want to share a few updates on my photo processing workflow. It's been a long time since the last update. This time, four important additions to my workflow require attention as shown on the following workflow diagram. My photo processing workflow as of 2020-06. Click to enlarge. New visual space In order to... Continue Reading →
I'm back on Instagram. That's right. About a year ago, I wrote about how I was missing Instagram. In that post, I was expecting Bokeh, a Kickstarter project, to take off and become a successful alternative. A year later, Bokeh project backers like me are still waiting to see the outcome. So, I decided to... Continue Reading →
June 1st. Time for some statistics. After seven months after the big crash of my visitors' statistics, thanks to Google ranking algorithms changes, I'm still feeling the consequences. The "Big Crash" My posting habits dramatically changed in 2020. This blog is reserved for longer and richer posts only, things like "A Guide for Preparing to... Continue Reading →