I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 170. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Checked […]
Month: September 2022
Running a Mac as a server supports all the features of HFS+ and APFS, services such as Content Caching, and spares us from learning Linux. But does it work?
Michallon taught Camille Corot, who in turn taught Camille Pissarro. In their early Impressionist years, Pissarro painted alongside Cézanne.
What should you do when Gatekeeper refuses to let you run a newly installed app? How human paradoxical behaviour makes us do the wrong things.
Two hundred years ago today, Achille Michallon died, the most brilliant landscape painter of his day in Europe. He was only 25.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Checked by the […]
Checks on app signatures and notarization of notarized apps will be performed each time they’re run. How to deal with problems, and what not to do.
A brilliant landscape painter taught by Valenciennes, who in turn taught Corot. Died at the age of only 25 from pneumonia.
What is and isn’t expected to change in Ventura, and what impact that has on its potential for incompatibility. Upgrading from Monterey is unlikely to result in problems, provided you’re properly prepared.
Paul Bail left Antwerp, taught Tassi in Rome, who in turn taught Claude Lorrain. Claude-Joseph Vernet learned in Rome, then advised Valenciennes, and so French landscape painting came home.