Matthew Panzarino, back in 2012, regarding the way many online publications choose to rewrite/regurgitate entire articles instead of linking to the original piece: There is only one reason why you wouldn’t link right in the body of your text, as far as I’m concerned: you don’t want people to click on it.Marco Arment on the … Continue reading Stop not linking
A fantastic episode of Mac Power Users that discusses at length one of Apple's most overlooked products: OS X Server.
Last week, GitHub posted an embarrassingly short summary of the investigation that took place regarding allegations of workplace bullying and sexism. The four-paragraph post gave no explanation into who conducted their internal investigation, how it was performed, what the findings were or what changes were put in place.GitHub have since acknowledged their mistake in follow-up … Continue reading GitHub follows up on their disastrous post about the results into their investigation of workplace bullying and sexism
Feedpress: Over the past few months, we’ve been collecting a lot of important feedback from our customers. You’ve had a lot of positive things to say, but also have offered suggestions in key areas where we could improve. We also heard from some of you that have voiced very clearly about elements of the UI … Continue reading Feedpress updated with new features and functionality
Edge Online: The year is 2007, and World War II is over at last. Developers have finally run out of ways to retell the same old story and Infinity Ward has already got as close to replicating Saving Private Ryan’s Omaha Beach scene as videogames feel likely to get. WWII ran for six long years … Continue reading Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare retrospective
iOS is incredibly simple to learn and use with very little instruction or guidance, yet some of its best features are the little things that many of us can easily overlook. To help new and seasoned users alike, I'm delighted to announce that my latest book, The iOS Compendium, Volume 1, is now available on … Continue reading The iOS Compendium, Volume 1
Stephen Hackett: Building a new operating system is a monumental challenge, and in January 2000 when Aqua was introduced, Apple was in the thick of the transition to OS X. Beyond the staggering amount of development work taking place to smash Mac OS and NeXTSTEP together, Apple was hard at work on the user interface … Continue reading On the Past, Present and Future of Apple’s Aqua User Interface