Can a smartphone contact tracing app work without using the support in Apple and Google’s forthcoming frameworks? Are there advantages?
Many governments are putting their faith in smartphone apps to control Covid-19 infection. But does it work, or is it doomed?
In the clear light of morning, when we’ve literally got out a bit more, we’ll surely realise how distorted our cognition has become.
The UK rejected Apple and Google’s frameworks for contact tracing on phones. So what does the UK app do? You may be surprised at its primary purpose.
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Now collects log entries reporting progress and rates of transfer during a backup, and giving info on what is slowing them down.
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Surely these problems with Time Machine are old hat and not news? Or are they simply errors occurring with disks or the file system?