I'm working on another long piece... to be published in a few days from now... On the left Keynote, on the right, Ulysses.
Apple Store is down this morning. One week exactly before the next keynote. What does this mean? Well, Apple wants to clear the way for a more focused event by spitting out new hardware announcements before. Expected are updated AirPods, maybe the AirPower, update iPad at the low end. Maybe spec bumped iMac. We'll see... Continue Reading →
Photo by Glen Carrie on Unsplash Good Sunday read from the NewYork Times: "Why I Put My Dog’s Photo on Social Media, but Not My Son’s". In short, stop posting photos of your young child on Facebook or more generally on the web. If you can't read the article for some reasons, take the time to look at... Continue Reading →
Since my comeback to my blog last fall, my writing sessions were always done online using the WordPress block editor. I even wrote about their Gutenberg editor of WordPress being hard to get used. It didn't mattered to me if I was on the go with my iPad or at home, WordPress seemed to offer... Continue Reading →
Two weeks ago I went for a photo session in the Montreal's underground metro. I was responding to an invite from Unsplash for a photo walk. While entering the station, looking at my phone, the problem was that it was scheduled two weeks later. I didn't look carefully enough the date in the email invite.... Continue Reading →
This is very cool and Apple is currently behind. Period. Here is something that I want to expose: journalism bias. Take this example from AppleInsider: Galaxy Buds easily beat Apple's AirPods but are years late to the game. What is wrong with this article title? Well, being late in the game is something Apple is... Continue Reading →
Every year, some are trying to read and decrypt the hidden messages in these posters. I'm reading: Darkmode in iOS. This is the time of the year where Apple shows us what is next for all their platforms. This year will certainly bring more answers (and questions!) regarding Marzipan. Meanwhile, feel free to read my... Continue Reading →
Directly from Flickr Blog yesterday: Update on Creative Commons licenses and “In Memoriam” accounts. | Flickr Blog Since we announced changes to Flickr’s Free and Pro accounts on November 1, we’ve heard from members who are concerned about what will happen to accounts owned by deceased members, and what will happen to their own accounts... Continue Reading →