Crowdfunding must be a good way ahead, as it is popular, and offers you something that you want. Or is it?
Month: January 2016
Oracle has released Java versions 8u71 and 8u72, which fix several significant bugs and patch important vulnerabilities. All […]
Apple has just released the update to El Capitan, bringing it to OS X 10.11.3, which is available […]
A painter in enamel, three assorted landscape painters, and probably the most gifted artist of the whole group.
It’s not just about pretty screen fonts: OS X 10.12 needs to re-engineer its security.
From cave paintings to on-demand movies, narrative is one of the most pervasive and persistent features of humans.
We will see which get fixed in OS X 10.11.3.
Marines painted by the grandson of one of Napoleon’s generals, and views of the Seine and its bridges.
Born from the ashes of MacUser magazine, it has come full circle as my first section appears in the latest issue of MacFormat.
Why is XML still so hard to write, and so poorly supported by accessible tools?