I installed the Safari extensions for AdBlock and Ghostery yesterday. My internet suddenly feels significantly faster as sites load without any annoying ad junk. Its kind of amazing. Hell, even The Verge is loading fast for me now. Apparently these types of junk blockers are available now in iOS 9; Apple calls them “content blockers”—which seems […]
If you’ve got one of those fancy Force Touch trackpads on your MacBook Pro, I just discover you and do a “hard press” on a file name in Finder to change the filename. This is the first really use of Force Touch I’ve found. Got another tip? Drop it in the comments.
The Verge gives a quick breakdown of Apple’s new Live Photos feature coming with the iPhone 6s. I mean, its interesting. Not new for sure, but interesting. I’m sure it’ll be super popular, but I simply can’t get behind the name “Live Photos.” The word “movies” is literally slag for “moving pictures.” Now, I don’t have […]
According to MacRumors, the new Apple TV’s apps are limited to 200 MB of local storage, which doesn’t seem like a lot. Based on Apple’s documentation for tvOS to create an app larger than 200 MB will require the use of “On Demand Storage,” which essentially requires the device to download the assets each time its […]
This article on BuzzFeed is a surprisingly entertaining read.
I stumbled upon ScreenSleeves earlier this morning, while cleaning. Its a (terribly named) screen saver for OS X that displays the current playing track in iTunes, along with album artwork. Its simple. And free.
My new WordPress MacBook Pro arrived a few weeks ago, too. Its purty.