This second article considers how text is entered into your Mac: mainly by the keyboard, but also briefly covers speech and scanned input.
Latest news on dylib hijacking, with a list of vulnerable apps and a free tool to inspect Disk Images for suspect contents.
If you were looking for a ‘good’ night out with a ‘bad’ man or woman, would you prefer someone who was amoral, immoral, or non-moral? Here comes a strange trip into English morphology…
OS X security has just changed. Very significantly. Why downloading apps or updates over non-secure connections puts your Mac at risk.
A distinctive presumed self-portrait of this exceptional woman painter, cropped close, from an unusual viewpoint, using chiaroscuro, colour, and the most amazing fabric textures.
This is a follow-up to my previous article about DLL hacking and OS X here. Patrick Wardle of […]
In the first of a series, this explains how Macs work with Unicode, how to get the best out of that, and how to fix its problems.
Apple has just released another OS X security update, 2015-003, for Yosemite 10.10.2. This fixes a vulnerability in […]
Sometimes someone comes along and pulls the rug from under your most deeply-held ideas. This time it is […]
“The Cambridge History of Painting in the Classical World” edited by JJ Pollitt Cambridge, March/April 2015 Hardback, 22.5 […]