Submitted by gaige on Thu, 10/22/2015 - 08:20
Occasionally, in the vast expanse of the internet there are gems from people I know and respect. I'm not going to summarize, because the entire article, The Age of Deception , is worth reading by itself.
Submitted by gaige on Thu, 10/22/2015 - 07:07
Somehow in the midst of all of the craziness around here, I missed that, as the New York Times reports, Obama Won’t Seek Access to Encrypted User Data. For the time being, they appear to have agreed to the rationale that a back door provides as much entree to the criminal element as it does to law enforcement, and that the benefits don't exceed the costs.
Submitted by gaige on Thu, 10/22/2015 - 06:59
Submitted by gaige on Sun, 08/09/2015 - 11:14
Over the past couple of weeks, I once again reacquainted myself with the joy of using TimeMachine as a backup system. (Please, use more than one, at least one off-site and one on-site would be a good idea, consider CrashPlan for the offsite version, we've used it for years and are very happy with it).
Submitted by gaige on Tue, 11/18/2014 - 08:33
Submitted by gaige on Mon, 07/14/2014 - 07:49
If you have interest at all in 1980's "culture", the tech industry, and/or the movie Real Genius, you should check out the iMore Review program Review 16: Real Genius.
Don Melton, Matt Drance, Guy English, and Rene Ritchie do a great job of running down the highs and lows of this classic.
Submitted by gaige on Thu, 12/12/2013 - 06:05
When digging around for information about Apple's new Caching Server, I happened across this informative article about Caching Server for Mavericks by Dan Barrett. Definitely worth a read if you're interested in finding out how to make the most of your network connection wth your Macs.
Submitted by gaige on Mon, 05/13/2013 - 09:15
Matt Gemmell penned a great piece on User Interface design and evolution as it relates to, well, a lot of things. It's definitely worth the time to read Tail Wagging.
Submitted by gaige on Sun, 03/31/2013 - 10:05
I'd never heard of World Backup Day before seeing an article about it in Wired today, but it sounds like a good idea, especially for those whose friends may partake in a little bit of the April Foolery tomorrow.
Submitted by gaige on Fri, 03/29/2013 - 06:22
Launched just ahead of the first move by the US to switch from first-to-invent to first-to-file, a new site, FirsttoDisclose.org has launched, with the idea of putting your materials in the public view in order to limit other people from attempting to claim patent protection for ideas you are using. I'm not a lawyer, but from what I can see, this is mostly useful for forcing ideas to be disclosed for public use (i.e. intent to eventually place in the public domain).