Behind his traditional narrative paintings are his views on the Third Republic, the slaughter of the Paris communards in 1871, and the Dreyfus affair.
Second of 3 articles explains how macOS puts documents through its security checks before opening them.
With the end of the war, his output increased significantly. A close look at the Tate’s ‘Bowl of Milk’, and Bonnard’s continuing independence.
According to Apple’s release notes, High Sierra 10.13.6 updates brings one new feature (AirPlay 2 multi-room audio support […]
Apple has released macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 update, and the 2018-004 security updates for Sierra and El Capitan. […]
A minor update to correct errors in the Help book and PDF documentation.
Apple has just pushed an update to the data used by Gatekeeper, bringing its version number to 147, […]
Aristides the Just, who was a general at the Battle of Marathon, but refused to line his pockets from the public purse.
How does macOS open the document that you double-click/tap? First of 3 parts explaining what should happen and where it can go wrong.
Landseer paints a La Fontaine fable; Bonnard, Corinth, and others complete the history.