On the surface, Buttondown looks promising and a great competitor to Substack, but after spending some time testing the service, a few things about it made me pause.
Diagrams recently got updated to version 2. Since my original review of this little diagramming tool, a year ago, this update brings a few additions. Version 2 keeps its original look and feel which I’m liking quite a lot. Apple Silicon is fully supported as well as macOS Big Sur. “In the new palette customization... Continue Reading →
In the first part of the 2021 edition of the GuruShots Tips and tricks guide (read here), I talked about the newly introduced or updated GuruShots features. GuruShots is still based on challenges. Moreover, I explained what GuruShots is really about: a game. GuruShots is a time-consuming game, but how much time-consuming? To answer this... Continue Reading →
This guide is based on my gaming experience1 after returning to the well-known photography game, GuruShots, after a very long pause away from it2,3,4. Here is what I found out5,6. This article is for everyone interested in GuruShots, who played the game or would like to start playing. My Gurushots score board Let me be... Continue Reading →
AirPods Max: the perfect case (pun intended) of « the whole is greater than the sum of its parts » provided you are heavily into Apple’s ecosystem.
How Apple managed to have its best year in history amid a pandemic is beyond comprehension. Here is my top 10 things that shaped Apple’s history in 2020.
With macOS Big Sur and the M1 chip, Apple is opening up a brave new world for the Mac by allowing to run iPadOS or iOS apps on it.
On October 1st, I got my new 44 mm Apple Watch Series 6. Ordered just a few minutes after the end of the Time Flies event, using the latest release of Deliveries, I patiently waited for the package to arrive at my door. Here are my experience and my impressions about this “convenient” addition and “fashionable”... Continue Reading →
Airport is a new service that came to life in recent weeks for helping people discover applications available for testing under the TestFlight service from Apple. Think of Airport as the TestFlight App Store but everything is free. I had a chance to enter the beta of Airport, here are my impressions. A Simple Idea... Continue Reading →