David McKenney: I think most things around us can be designed to be better for people. Here's my take on the modern office — a better place to do good work.A fantastic office space. I won't spoil it, just go and check out the pictures to see just how awesome it is.
For months now, I've noticed that a few albums I have within my iTunes library that aren't available to purchase on the iTunes Store were not uploading to iCloud, making them unavailable in iTunes Match. As usual, iTunes provides an almost pointless error message: This item was not added to iCloud because an error occurred.On … Continue reading Fixing problematic iTunes Match uploads
A useful Apple support article for those with hefty iTunes libraries who might be moving to an SSD-based Mac for the first time.I recently purchased a 13" retina MacBook Pro with 512GB SSD and have a 400GB iTunes library. Having acquired almost all of it via iTunes, I hadn't realised that I could safely remove … Continue reading How to delete content you’ve downloaded from the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, or Mac App Store
A user I support recently upgraded their Mavericks MacBook Air to a new retina MacBook Pro. After using Migration Assistant, they found that the ability to send Microsoft Excel spreadsheets via email from within the app results in an error whereby Excel isn't able to save a temporary version in the TemporaryItems folder, so was … Continue reading Resolving Office 2011 export issues with AppleScript
Thomas Brand is on top form as he contrasts Apple's Lightning cable with the company's long-abandoned ADB interface: In keeping with Apple’s 1980′s philosophy of industrial design, ADB was intended to be as simple to use as possible, while still being inexpensive to implement. Instead of inventing a new port and cable, a suitable connector … Continue reading ADB, the Epitome of Early Apple
A brilliant and seasonal summary of the shitstorm surrounding iA's Writer Pro.
Dan Frakes at Macworld makes an excellent observation about the Mac Pro vs. the rest of the Mac Lineup: This all might sound like I’m disappointed with the new Mac Pro, but that’s not the case at all. On the contrary, I'm just especially impressed by the rest of the Mac line. I think it’s … Continue reading The new Mac Pro makes the iMac the power user’s desktop