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Archive for category: Macintosh supremacy

Of or pertaining to the supremacy of the Macintosh

   (2019.02.06)

I measured actual point sizes of type on an iPhone X

   (2019.01.13)

User-interface conventions that individuals invented from scratch that went on to become actual norms.

   (2018.11.26)

Circa 2010, iTunes could recognize these “non-Apple” MP3 players

   (2018.10.22)

Very advanced, very tuned-in people learn about, and learn how to use, new Apple features by watching them being demonstrated onstage during Apple keynote events. Then there’s everybody else

   (2018.10.22)

Keyboards and keypads on iOS randomly switch from positive to negative. My blind friend couldn’t call voicemail for weeks until he figured out a workaround

   (2018.10.22)

My iPhone setup (sidebar)

   (2018.01.09)

Who the hell wants to sit fixedly in a chair watching a visually uninteresting YouTube video when you can just listen to it while on the go? A lot of lectures and interviews have no useful visual component, and you really can just listen to them and miss almost nothing

   (2017.10.05)

Eudora equivalent of 2017: Overcast

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