Bringing together some characteristics and features of three narrative Chinese handscroll paintings.
How scheduling concurrent and background tasks using XPC Activity works, and compares with alternatives such as NSBackgroundActivityScheduler.
How T2M2 analyses Sierra’s log to assess how backups have been working. With insights into using NSDate, NSStepper, and more.
A landscape without human or animal figures often looks eery or unnatural. This new series looks at how figures are used in landscape paintings, with copious examples.
Whether you just want to check that Time Machine is backing up properly, or want to diagnose a suspected problem, this is the tool.
Six men fight to the death to settle a whole war. But that is only part of a story which seems too good to be true. And a great masterpiece by David.
The good thing about the Sierra 10.12.5 update is that it seems to have caused few problems. But what did it actually address?
According to legend, he held the bridge which kept the Etruscans out of the city, while the bridge behind was demolished. Some wonderful paintings.
One of the original reasons for my tools to open access to macOS Sierra’s new unified log system […]
Last of the four sections in the Frieze, it consists almost entirely of paintings added since the first version. These show episodes from Munch’s own life.