Jeff Garlin has a new podcast, and if you are a fan of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm then you’ll definitely enjoy the first episode. His host is Larry David.
The Verge reviews the new 2012 iMac and Mac Mini, noting that the hybrid SSD/HDD Fusion Drive is a “very good idea” adding that although “Apple didn’t invent the idea”, “it nails the execution” – something which is safe to say about a lot of Apple’s work.
Yup, seems like confusion about Windows 8 and the Surface is rife, even for Microsoft Store employees.
Late-sixities former L.A. resident revisits the city he grew up in, virtually:
“a refreshingly thoughtful-almost intellectual-scenario that I would not have expected in something called a game”.
Good read from Eurogamer.
“there’s something refreshing about the idea that millions of people spent at least a few minutes marveling at the old-fashioned exploits of a brave man in a spacesuit”
A great little site highlighting how important it is to get your web copy just right.
Lots of clear well put forward common sense advice.
Looking forward to this.
It’s refreshing to see a CEO take this approach — being honest and upfront that something isn’t quite right. Rightly so, as Maps on iOS 6 suck – as this article from my home-town so painfully highlights.
What struck me as interesting is Tim Cook openly recommending that people try other rival mapping applications, suggesting that a fix for the numerous problems in the Apple’s new Maps app aren’t coming anytime soon.
The first comment nails it:
“A £2-a-month levy on automobiles could save our horse and cart business.”