For a systematic compilation of links to articles here about Apple Silicon Macs, specifically its M1 models, go […]
A starting point for diagnosing and fixing your Mac problems, with links to key articles here.
Paintings of iron and steel production, printing, lead mining, machining a cog wheel, spinning, and developing a photograph.
You may be surprised to learn that SIP or XProtect are disabled, that the SSV isn’t working, or that your security systems are way out of date.
Claude Bernard, whose 1865 book on experimental physiology was popular with Zola and many artists, two scientists who drew the structure of the brain and more.
From the anatomy of the CPU cores, to the queues of threads in GCD, and assignment to a core cluster, this details how threads are managed for the M1 series chips.
Sancho’s first duties as governor include a series of disputes to settle, and he shows the wisdom of Solomon. His master doesn’t fare as well when he’s attacked by a cat.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 135. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Concerning […]
Why can’t the taskpolicy command tool be used to promote software to be able to run on the M1 chip’s Performance cores? Does it change QoS?
Includes some of the 20 lithographs he made for a limited edition of August Strindberg’s autobiographical novel ‘Inferno’, published in 1920.
This blog started publishing on Saturday 17 January 2015, seven years ago. Here’s a look back through Mountain Lion security updates, paintings of oblivion, and more.
Introduced to Europe from the New World in the 16th century, Queen Elizabeth I loved them, and Jan Brueghel the elder and his son included them in many of their paintings.