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Archive for category: Macintosh supremacy

Of or pertaining to the supremacy of the Macintosh

   (2014.10.28)

Khoi Vinh: “Helvetica has been the standard system typeface for iOS since the beginning, and largely without complaint.” Oh?

   (2014.01.16)

Natalie Horbechevsky and Brooke Carey. They’re the editrixen listed in the acknowledgements to Leander Kahney’s Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products, a treasure trove of repetitiveness and warmed-over quotes

   (2014.01.06)

Nerds think colour is girly and faggy. Actually, I question their manhood

   (2013.06.17)

The hard-to-find photo of Jonny Ive and all his designers (a mere 16 of them)

   (2012.12.06)

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   (2012.08.05)

A couple of Android devices, running the rarely-seen current version of the operating system, kind of support accessibility. How well? About as well as you’d expect

   (2012.06.20)

A limited freedom of choice opens up other freedoms of choice, Slavoj Žižek says

   (2012.06.20)

Whether they’re captioned up front or shipped first and captioned later, Apple has the money to pay for captioning of its videos. Because I thought Apple was committed to accessibility

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