Whenever the bug occurred, it set the screen into a steady roll. The only way out was to pull down a menu command, no mean feat when pointer, menu bar and the whole caboodle are rolling past your eyes.
Access controls require confirmation of who you are, and verification that you are permitted to use the system or services.
As of this morning, and as had been expected, the security mechanism in OS X now blocks all […]
Announcing Flash’s deathdate is but the first in a tough and painful road to restoring confidence in Adobe and its products.
How can I make Photos, iTunes, and Mail save their files to an external hard drive?
What a mess the UK has made of tidal prediction: two different agencies, each charging us for information that we paid for in our taxes.
No sooner have we updated Adobe’s ailing Flash, than it’s time for another set of Java security fixes. […]
I am going to try getting inside the artistic imagination of important landscape painters, and discovering the vision that each had of the landscape. Here are some hors d’oeuvres.
My Macs have local IP addresses of 192.168.1.101 and .102. How do those work when sharing remotely?
How many bytes are there in a kilobyte, and have you heard of a kibibyte?