How to get the better of the App Store, and how you can take reference material even where you can’t get a good internet connect – for free.
Online and print publications and other sources of information are usually complementary. The internet enriches, it does not replace.
Thank you, Jimmy Wales, Larry Sanger, and the many who have given their time and effort to this Wonder of the Web.
When writing for this blog is far tougher than performing a tracheotomy.
For my money, at the moment, Objective-See’s free products are targeted at the real threats, and don’t screw OS X up or around.
On 18 January 2012, (English) Wikipedia shut us out in protest at proposed US legislation. I was deeply upset, and wrote this in response.
Géricault’s painstaking research resulted in a painting which is not true to any moment in time, so it is ironic that publications about the painting and its production appear not to be true to the painting itself.
Will an efficient market weed out unreliable content, or are we doomed to wholesale inaccuracy?
We all have our peeves about language. But Andrew McMillen’s fascinating article about those who contribute to Wikipedia […]