The botanical and general artist to Sir Joseph Banks, botanist to James Cook’s first voyage in the Pacific. He didn’t live to see any of his works shown to the public.
Month: March 2021
Diagnosing a problem on a Mac requires careful observation. In the case of kernel panics, this includes the Panic Log. Otherwise, invaluable information is in the log. If you don’t check the log, your conclusions are likely to be wrong.
In which Don Quixote engages Sancho Panza as his squire; they ride out together to battle against windmills, then attack two friars apparently abducting a lady.
It’s surprising that macOS can be slower to fully register the annual ‘spring forward’ change than you are walking round manually changing your clocks.
From Aesculapius to Zeus, key features of each of the major male deities in classical myths, and links to individual articles here.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 92. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Pass […]
If there’s one thing we’re learning about APFS, it’s that file sizes are flexible. That means that free […]
Following the Paris Commune of 1871, history painters resorted to indirect reference in paintings of obscure episodes in mediaeval history.
Mac OS X has come a long way in the last 20 years, and APFS has just had its 4th birthday. But has this brought the changes we expected?
From David’s history paintings of the end of the eighteenth century, the genre went from strength to strength, with major works by Goya, Géricault, and even Manet.