A lot of what Time Machine does when making backups to an APFS volume remains a mystery. So far we don’t understand the magic used by Apple.
The jury for the French Pavilion at the Exposition Universelle in 1855 rejected three of Courbet’s paintings, including one of the canonical paintings of the century.
You don’t have to create a whole new keyboard layout for occasional access to emojis and symbols. Input Methods and Keyboard Layouts explained.
More superb cartoons to be woven into tapestries for royal palaces, including a panorama of Madrid, and humorour rural scenes.
The macOS 11.5.1 update fixes a serious vulnerability, but does it really take 2.2 GB (Intel) or 3.1 GB (M1) to fix what could only have been a few MB at most?
From the earliest still life paintings, many were designed not just to look realistic, but to deceive the viewer. Examples from van Eyck to the 20th century.
Details options available for rounding floating point numbers, and all the scalar floating point operations. There’s another cheat sheet summary too.
Apple has just released a surprise ‘patch’ update to macOS Big Sur, to bring it to version 11.5.1. […]
In a succession brawls, officers of the law try to arrest Don Quixote, but are dissuaded. When the knight wants to ride off, he’s bound and loaded onto an ox cart in a cage.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 109. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Nearby, […]