The fictional Marcus Sextus, Napoleon pardoning the rebels of Cairo, and Narcissus where he shouldn’t be: disinformation in history painting.
Month: January 2023
A thorough look at Live Text, and why it might need to connect to Apple’s servers. Could it be sending image identifiers or text extracted from your local images?
After his training, he returned to the city of Odesa to paint and teach others, and became a key figure in the city’s arts into the 20th century.
Do fast Thunderbolt SSDs slow down when connected via a Thunderbolt hub? How fast are they when reading at the same time? Does connecting a display affect them?
Perception changed with photography, and we came to interpret blur, lines and other devices as indicating motion.
Not only do Help windows work differently on Intel and Apple silicon Macs, but on the latter they can bring Stage Manager to a grinding halt.
Motion can be implied against the rules we learn about how the world works. It can also be shown in billowing garments.
While you may feel more comfortable working with the more limited privileges of a normal rather than admin user, does that improve security?
The update to macOS Ventura 13.2 isn’t large, but brings two significant new features: Advanced Data Protection for […]
Apple has just released updates to bring macOS 13 Ventura to version 13.2 (build 22D49), and security updates […]