A Roman hero, intended to be consul, is banished because he wouldn’t get on with common people. When he can defeat Rome, who can stop him?
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 175. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Roll […]
New version for Catalina and later lets you remove the Install All Updates button to prevent error, and works around bugs in Content Caching servers.
From Rebecca Solomon’s Appointment (1861), through Cézanne’s clock without any hands, to Christian Krohg’s at almost midnight.
Not everyone who upgraded to Ventura last week did so intentionally. Here’s why, and how SilentKnight had a part to play, which will be fixed shortly.
Clocks aren’t commonly featured in paintings. Here are a precious from 1655 to 1853, from William Dyce and Rossetti to Hogarth and William Holman Hunt.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Roll onto the […]
From AppleKextExcludeList to XProtect Remediator, what’s where, its current version, and which have fallen into disuse.
Are the two arms fending others off, raised in shock, surrender, or falling to earth? From light comedy to accounts of executions and war crimes.
Why Stage Manager can’t be ‘intuitive’, but needs to tackle forests of windows and excessive distractions in novel ways.