Mojave has 5 different types of copy/clone/alias/link, some of which can appear to behave oddly. Here they are, fully explained.
Buried in the introduction to day 4, this became La Fontaine’s fable of Brother Philippe’s Geese, was painted by Boucher and others, entered French idiom, and was alluded to by a vanished painting by Gauguin.
A table showing the main choices when using System Migration, and more detail on how the process works.
Less often painted than the rural poor, Naturalism did show the growing pains of the 19th century cities. Paintings from Lhermitte, Luce, Bellows, and more.
The mystery of the recurrent silent installation is solved, plus a fascinating list of macOS system sizes from 10.6.8 to 10.14. Do they keep growing?
The quintessential Victorian painter. His grand social panoramas include Ramsgate Sands and The Derby Day, shown here.
It could and should have been so easy, but just try printing when in Dark Mode. Many apps make a pig’s ear of it – and it’s not their fault.
Plans to celebrate anniversaries of major painters, series on narrative paintings, and more, for the coming year.
Which adaptor to use with which laptop Mac. And a detailed directory of macOS features and services around the world.