Contents giving the periods covered, artists, and a representative painting also provide an over view of over 5 centuries of painting.
Month: August 2021
A UPS is essential for Macs without internal batteries, to ensure they can shut down in an orderly fashion when mains power is lost. Here’s how to choose one.
Don Quixote is brought down from the mountains, only to run into further trouble at an inn. Eventually he’s tricked into being taken by oxcart back to his village.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 114. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Incomplete […]
Recovering from one regular panic should be straightforward. But what if it’s a boot loop, in which your Mac tries to start up, panics, restarts, in an endless loop? Don’t panic: here are the solutions.
From 1826-1835, Samuel Palmer painted in solitude in a tumbledown cottage in rural Kent. His paintings from that period share a unique vision of an enchanted countryside.
The cores in the M1 and the chip itself are thoroughly Apple designs, and work hand-in-glove with macOS using techniques like out-of-order execution and hints to optimise performance.
In just a few years of painting, he made two of the major Pre-Raphaelite landscapes, but died of dysentery in Cairo at the age of only 35.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Incomplete instruction to […]
On Intel Macs, resetting the SMC was a universal panacea until the T2 came along. What can we do instead with an M1 Mac?