Big Sur has recently introduced a bug which can change the format of log datestamps, which can break Ulbow, Mints and T2M2. Here’s how to fix it.
Should a tool like LockRattler show times in universal (UTC) format, or adjusted to the local time zone? There is no good answer, it seems.
Here are two log excerpts which should be identical, but only one out of all the entries is actually the same. What is wrong?
Two current cases show how messy copyright can become: it is not a Happy Birthday for Harry Potter.
Understanding and using OriginStamp’s RESTful API, so that you can create and check timestamps programmatically.
Proving the date of origin of anything electronic – for patent or copyright purposes, perhaps – has been well nigh impossible. But that has now changed.
Do folders have timestamps to keep track of the last modification and original time of creation? Are these updated when metadata are modified, and how does journalling fit in with this?
Time is central information for many functions on your Mac. This article explains the Network Time Protocol, and how it keeps time in OS X.