My new AirPods Pro I’ve been using AirPods since they came out in late December of 2016. It was an « I’m in love again with an Apple product » moment. This week, I made the jump and upgraded to the AirPods Pro after patiently waiting for them to arrive! Here are my observations. I’m... Continue Reading →
This graph shows my posting activities in the last year. Darker squares mean more posts. See the trend? Over the last four months, my posting activities decreased quite a bit for many reasons. First, the lack of time does explain in part the trend change. Time is the most scarce resource in my life right... Continue Reading →
It is a bit late to the review game but it is well worth your time. DxoMark review of the iPhone 11 Pro contains a lot of details. With an overall score of 117, the iPhone 11 Pro falls behind other smartphones but manages to be in the top 5.
Don’t forget an important part of Apple Forget about the latest AirPods Pro or the upcoming Mac Pro. Don’t think about the latest episode of For All Mankind. What Apple would like us to think about is how they care about Privacy. Head to the Apple web site to learn more and see many clever... Continue Reading →
This week, at the #AdobeMax2019 conference, Adobe released a slew of updates to nearly every application. But what Adobe envision for the future of Lightroom could be troubling for many. Many needed additions Of particular interest to me, in the short term, is anything related to Lightroom support for Apple’s latest technologies. On that front,... Continue Reading →
Fighting Facebook takes many forms. As they threaten so many parts of our society, our response has to be diversified. Molly Lambert writing on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mollylambert/status/1189229640692518912?s=20 Brent Simmons response goes in the same vein I mine. It is a matter of choice and willingness. Big corporations like Facebook not only are a challenge for democracy,... Continue Reading →
Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. I always liked miniatures when I was a young child. As an architect, my father used to create them for some of his projects. Now, as a grown up, I’m still always impressed by this art form. When I get a chance to take a picture of a miniature, it’s always from an immersive point of view just like when I was young.
I came across this post recently about having a personal blog: At the risk of sounding religious about this, and maybe I am, our personal websites are our temples. They remain the one space on the internet where we decide how we are introduced to friends, potential employees and strangers. It’s a place where we... Continue Reading →
October 2019 was the best month ever for Numeric Citizen Blog. I want to thank you all for passing by. 😊🙏🏻