Everywhere that you go you need user names, passwords, and other means of proving your identity. In OS X and iOS these are normally stored in a keychain.
Month: April 2015
When I double-clicked on my iPhoto library, Photos appeared to be converting it fine until it reached 71%, when it crashed. Is my master library too large to convert?
If the designers of Go and Rust had read the work of Sapir and Whorf, they would have realised that to accomplish real change in programming requires greater change in the language used.
This book looks at the type of painting which was central to Impressionism – the plein air landscape – and traces its development from inception by Desportes in the latter years of the seventeenth century, through the Barbizon School, to its peak in the late nineteenth century.
Q Years ago I used MacKeeper, but have not had it installed for a long time. Now running […]
I am currently planning the following major articles and series for the coming three months: Macs and Technology […]
I wrote the following commentary in March 2012, which I reproduce unaltered apart from slight adjustments to paragraph […]
Apple’s products have become more popular with malware authors too. How does Yosemite improve defences against Trojans and other nasties?
Q I have just been ‘returned’ hundreds of apparently undelivered email messages that I never sent, from Gmail […]
I am sure that some of the 22,000 tablets in the library of the kings of Assyria at […]