New genres in literature gave the public a taste for different forms of narrative. Here’s a short account of the response in ‘problem pictures’ from Hunt to Collier.
How did you get on with this week’s riddles?
Third party tools for checking and repairing APFS are still very limited. Is it better to use fsck to check and repair APFS?
Charles knelt at the altar in front of the Pope on Christmas Day 800. When he rose, he was wearing the crown of the Holy Roman Emperor. A surprise perhaps?
What should we learn from the “mysterious data corruption issue” which struck down Mac Pros used in editing studios?
The Father of Europe, responsible for a renaissance during the Middle Ages, and Holy Roman Emperor – seen in paintings.
Three riddles about Macs and computing to tease your mind over the weekend. Solutions published on Monday.
Communication by telegraph and telephone leave no time for reflection or consultation and demand an immediate and often hasty decision (1917).
They had luck in 1897, when funded to visit Britain. There he painted his swan song – 17 oils of the Welsh coast at Penarth and Langland Bay.
Don’t just hold Command-R and hope that you’ll install the right version of macOS. Here’s structured decision-making to save you time.