Juno takes a day-trip to Hades in her bid to unleash one of the Furies on this unfortunate couple. A wonderful Brueghel which is as good as Bosch at his best.
Significant bugs or undesirable features limiting log, Console, and os_log as of 10.12.4.
Getting GCD to schedule and dispatch a packaged external task, like a backup, is actually straightforward. Here’s how.
A handscroll, copied from an original painted before 400 CE, tells a complex story in detail a millennium before the European Renaissance.
An experimental tool to let you schedule background tasks of your own, which are managed by Grand Central Dispatch. First alpha release.
When Marco Polo brought the first porcelain to Europe, just how did it get its name? From Roman nursery slang, perhaps.
Apple’s recent updates to XProtect and MRT covered not only OSX/Dok, the new Trojan discovered by Ofer Caspi […]
Sierra 10.12.4 introduced undocumented changes in the log system which may break apps which write to the logs. Here is Blowhole fixed for that change.
Who was Ovid, and how did he come to write so much on mythology? Illustrated with some fine paintings of his life by Poussin, Delacroix, and Turner.
The aim is to be able to run commands at regular intervals using GCD rather than launchd. Here are details of the code and resulting log entries, casting light on how GCD works.