An introduction to colourspaces, gamuts, and how images are rendered in colour, so that what you see on your display or in a print looks right.
Both P and E cores are run at different frequencies according to the load on M1 chips. This explores how macOS manages their frequencies and why.
Walkover success in another duel, but Don Quixote changes his mind and heads for Barcelona. After adventures there on a galley, he’s finally defeated on the beach, and obliged to return home.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 153. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Chinese […]
Will Monterey 12.5 fix the memory leak in the Find feature in the Finder? That looks increasingly unlikely, and may influence your decision as to whether to upgrade.
On the morning of 22 August 1911, he arrived to paint the Mona Lisa, but it had vanished from the wall of the Louvre. Who had stolen it?
Trying macOS betas, support for Catalina, is the M1 dead, and what does the ANE do all day? What should come from WWDC this year.
Sargent’s paintings of Claude Monet and other artists painting, mostly in front of the motif, form a unique record of painters and their techniques.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Chinese dog with […]
Explains how Huffman code works, how it’s used for compressed files, and how other techniques including LZ, LZW and LZFSE differ.