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a one paragraph macbook review — stating the obvious — Medium
It truly is a laptop from the future, and I highly recommend it if you don’t type very much. Because if you type on it for any length of time, your fingers will start to ache. Returned.
apple  macbook  reviews 
april 2015 by deusx
Thunderstrike - Trammell Hudson's Projects
Thunderstrike is the name for the Apple EFI firmware security vulnerability that allows a malicious Thunderbolt device to flash untrusted code to the boot ROM
apple  mac  security  thunderbolt 
december 2014 by deusx
From the Archives: frog’s Early Apple Tablet | Blog | design mind
The “Bashful” — named after the story-book dwarf in Snow White — was created alongside the Apple II computer series as an extension of the Snow White design language that frog Founder Hartmut Essligner helped create for the company in 1983. Concepts for this early pre-touch tablet included one with an attached keyboard and one with a floppy disk drive and convenient handle for maximum portability.
apple  design 
august 2014 by deusx
App Store Year Zero: How unsweetened web apps and unsigned code drove the iPhone to an SDK | iMore
Apple introduced the App Store on July 10, 2008. Over the course of the next week we're going to take a look back at the origins and development of App Store, and forward towards its potential future. To do that properly, however, we have to start at the beginning, with the original iPhone in 2007. And with the original iPhone, there was no App Store, and no third party apps. At least not at first...
appstore  apple  history  mobile  ios 
may 2014 by deusx
enoughalready » San Francisco Is Eating Itself
It’s just such a bummer to see a place that I remember as openminded, laid back, creative, nonjudgmental erupting with all this anger, everyone pointing fingers, blaming people that really aren’t to blame. Come on, guys. You’re better than this.
sanfrancisco  tech  california  google  apple  twitter  facebook  to:fb 
january 2014 by deusx
Loper OS » How to Run HyperCard Under Emulation
If you want to try HyperCard yourself, you can download an archive containing a hard disk image with Mac OS 8 and HyperCard installed, plus the ROM image file needed for most emulators, here.
hypercard  mac  apple  emulation  tech 
august 2013 by deusx
Loper OS » Why Hypercard Had to Die
Update: Click here if you would like to try HyperCard yourself. Our seventh-grade class was led into a room full of brand-new Macintosh Performas.  The day’s lesson was a crash course in the use of an uncomplicated yet marvelous program. via Pocket
apple  hypercard  dev  tech 
august 2013 by deusx
Ken Shirriff's blog: Tiny, cheap, and dangerous: Inside a (fake) iPhone charger
Stay away from super-cheap AC adapters built by mystery manufacturers. Spend the extra few dollars to get a brand-name AC adapter. It will be safer, produce less interference, and your device's touchscreen will perform better.
chargers  tech  hardware  usb  to:fb  apple  electronics  iphone 
july 2013 by deusx
Matt Parkinson » Blog Archive ReadyNAS TimeMachine Verification Issues » Matt Parkinson - It always seems impossible until it's done
Every so often, when my laptop runs out of battery during a backup, I receive the following: “Time Machine completed a verification of your backups. To improve reliability, Time Machine must create a new backup for you.”
mac  timemachine  fixes  tips  apple 
june 2013 by deusx
Make a plug hub for your Macbook - the future needs fixing - sugru
I love my Macbook, but I hate connecting and disconnecting 5 cables over and over again when I need to leave my desk. sugru to the rescue!
to:fb  sugru  apple  mac  hacks  diy 
may 2013 by deusx
Time Machine and npm - Wanderview
Unfortunately, it appears that Time Machine will sometimes get upset if you backup a symlink to a directory, convert the symlink back to a real directory, and then try to backup again.
to:fb  npm  node  timemachine  apple  wtf 
march 2013 by deusx
Surface Pro versus MacBook Air: Who's being dishonest with storage space? | ZDNet
Here’s the tl;dr version. The MacBook Air 128 gives you 77.3 percent of the advertised storage space for user data. The Surface Pro 128 gives you 75.2 percent of its advertised capacity for storing data. And with one minor tweak that doesn’t affect the system’s capabilities in any way, you can increase the amount of data storage space on the Surface Pro to 81.8% of the advertised capacity.
surface  microsoft  apple  hardware 
february 2013 by deusx
[HOWTO] Apple Magic Mouse on 10.10 Maverick Meerkat - Ubuntu Forums
$ xinput set-float-prop "Apple Magic Mouse" "Device Accel Velocity Scaling" 2.0
apple  ubuntu  linux  bluetooth  magic  trackpad  mac  hci 
december 2012 by deusx
I Don’t Want To Be Part of Your Fucking Ecosystem by Terence Eden has a Blog
I just want us all to get along. I want my disparate equipment to talk to each other. I don't want to live in a house where ever component has to be made by the same company otherwise nothing works correctly. I don't want to be stuck using a crappy product because they're the only ones offering service X.
to:fb  google  apple  amazon  mobile  ecosystem  drm  copyfight 
november 2012 by deusx
Apple’s .mobi insanity - QuirksBlog
OK, so what’s going on? This morning a follower pointed out an article that describes how Safari iOS makes a total fucking mess of the meta viewport when the site is hosted on a .mobi domain.
mobile  apple  mobi  to:fb  bugs  browsers  webdev 
september 2012 by deusx
IBM Outlaws Siri, Worried She Has Loose Lips | Wired Enterprise |
The reason? Siri ships everything you say to her to a big data center in Maiden, North Carolina. And the story of what really happens to all of your Siri-launched searches, e-mail messages and inappropriate jokes is a bit of a black box.
apple  siri  to:fb  security  privacy 
july 2012 by deusx
Can We Please Move Past Apple's Silly, Faux-Real UIs? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
At the end of the day, there’s always a temptation to go with the familiar, but the real value is going to be found elsewhere.
design  apple  skeuomorphism  ui 
june 2012 by deusx
Wozniak calls for open Apple - Strategy - Business - News -
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has voiced a renewed desire to see the consumer electronics giant open its architecture to the masses, allowing savvy users to expand and add to their products at will.
wozniak  apple  open 
may 2012 by deusx
Why the iPad Has to be Made in China | iFixit
Today, an American electronics company can only be exempt from China’s rare earth export quotas by manufacturing within China. So that’s what most companies, including Apple, are doing. The only other solution is for us to stop consuming so much—an option that people rarely find appealing. Not as appealing as a retina display, at least.
to:fb  gadgets  apple  china  rareearths  tech  environment  hardware 
april 2012 by deusx
The Geeks Who Saved Prince of Persia's Source Code From Digital Death | Game|Life |
He saved all the videotape he took in October 1985 of his brother running and jumping around their old neighborhood, footage that he rotoscoped into the animations for his Apple II game Prince of Persia. He saved all of the meticulous journals he kept of the production process, documenting each tiny step of the creation of the landmark hit game.
gaming  retro  princeofpersia  apple  awesome 
april 2012 by deusx
Apple Game Server Online!
Connect your tablet/computer headphone jack to your Apple II cassette input (next to joystick port), remove any diskettes, power on, CTRL-RESET, if you have a "]" prompt then type "LOAD", if you have a "*" prompt then type "800.A00R 800G", press RETURN, then press play.
apple  gaming  wares  awesome  hacks  nostalgia  retro 
january 2012 by deusx
Apple II drum sequencer surfaces for chiptune composers -- Engadget
No, this isn't a recycled news item from the 1980s -- it's 2011, and MJ Mahon and 8 Bit Weapon have just announced the release of the Apple II DMS Drummer, a wavetable-based drum sequencer for Apple II-era machines. The monophonic synth reproduces eight drum sounds like bass, snare, rim shot, hand clap, tom, hat open, hat closed and "lazer," along with a sequencer that lets you plug in up to 16 drum patterns across 256 slots. Seems like just the thing for chiptune composers hankering for a way to make authentic eight-bit drum tracks using vintage Apple hardware. System requirements call for an Apple IIe, IIc, IIc+ or IIgs with 80-column capability and a 5.25-inch floppy drive -- you know, pretty modern stuff. A limited demo version is available, but if that doesn't satisfy, you can either buy it on a floppy for $14.95 or download a .dsk disk image for $9.95. Oh, and neither require a time-traveling DeLorean to go back to 1985.
apple  music  retro 
december 2011 by deusx
10 things the iPhone Siri will help you get instead of an abortion | The Raw Story
It’s an experience that’s being replicated by women around the country: despite plentiful online information about actual places to get an abortion, Siri doesn’t seem to provide it. It’s a similar experience for women seeking emergency contraception: in New York City, Siri doesn’t know what Plan B is and, asked for emergency contraception, offers up a Google results page of definitions.

Didn't we learn from HAL 9000 that it doesn't really pay to give your tools their own opinionated personalities?
siri  mobile  speech  apple  iphone  ios  abortion 
november 2011 by deusx
It's Apple's Sandbox, Developers Just Play In It
Despite a number of cogent arguments against it, Apple is going through with the requirement for apps in the Mac App Store to be sandboxed. A number of Mac developers have already spoken up about the policy, but Apple's going through with it anyway. Initially set to go into effect this month, A...
ifttt  shared  apple  appstore  tech 
november 2011 by deusx
“I finally cracked it” –
If all they do is make a really nice TV set like everyone else’s, it’ll probably be as interesting as the Airport Extreme: a nice product in its category, but not exciting or scaring the crap out of anyone.

But if they’ve managed to pull off something more interesting, I’d hate to be in the TV business when it’s released.
apple  tv  appletv  media  entertainment  cable  cordcutting 
november 2011 by deusx
iPhone alarms still not working, worlds crashing left and right
iPhone 4 handsets not wake us as promised (on non-recurring alarms), so who knows when Apple will step up to the plate and address the issue. In the meantime, go ahead and set up a recurring alarm while gently crossing your fingers and toes. Or, you know, buy a battery-powered alarm clock off of your grandmother.
iphone  apple  alarms  oops  bugs  from google
january 2011 by deusx
Settings.bundle doesn’t appear in iPhone Settings « A Different Projection
"Settings bundles are only added to the phone the first time the application is installed. If you’ve worked on an application and deployed it to your development device or simulator before adding the settings.bundle to your XCode project then subsequent build and runs won’t add the settings unless you remove the app from the device or simulator in the usual way. i.e by pressing and holding the app icon and removing it when it starts shaking."
settings  ios  iphone  apple  xcode  from delicious
july 2010 by deusx
Java Now Running on Apple IIc
"I strongly believe in WORA. Java is able to run on a lot of devices, from the credit card to the server. Today I'm pleased to announce the availability of Java(tm) [1] on the Apple II family [2]. This runtime is a partial port of Kaffe 1.1.4 (only the interpreter) and Classpath 0.08. Curently only a subset is available but the goal is to be fully compliant with the JRE 1.4."
java  retro  odd  apple  from delicious
may 2010 by deusx
Why Apple Could Sue Gawker Over 'Lost' iPhone Story - DailyFinance
"What he never did, however, was notify anyone who worked at the bar, according to its owner, Volcker Staudt. That would have been the simplest way to get the phone back to the Apple employee who lost it, who "called constantly trying to retrieve it" in the days afterward, recalls Volcker. "The guy was pretty hectic about it."<br />
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Nor did the finder report it to the Redwood City Police Department, says Sgt. Dan Mulholland."
theft  gizmodo  apple  iphone  journalism  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
Robert Love: Why the iPad and iPhone don’t Support Multitasking
"So how is Apple going to enable support for multitasking? Likely similar to how Android allows it. The Android platform was designed from the ground up for use on phones and other embedded devices. Consequently, we built in a mechanism whereby applications can save their state, including their current view, with the system. In fact, through this state saving mechanism, which we call Bundles, Android applications can operate as if they are stateless."
android  iphone  apple  google  bundles  multitasking  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
"iProcessing is an open programming framework to help people develop native iPhone applications using the Processing language. It is an integration of the Processing.js library and a Javascript application framework for iPhone. The iProcessing download consists of a set of example XCode projects that demonstrate many of the Basic Examples from the Processing web site (originally written by Casey Reas and Ben Fry unless otherwise stated) as well a number that demonstrate the use of various iPhone features such as multitouch, accelerometer, orientation, location, sound play/record, app state saving and so on"
processing  iphone  apple  javascript  visualization  development  from delicious
february 2010 by deusx
Hackers Don’t Tinker Because They Got Invited | Smarterware
"Because while we're all ranting about how closed the iPad will be, the jailbreak community is planning competitions to see who can crack it first. The sun isn't setting on tinkerers; their desire to crack things open intensifies when faced with something that's closed by design. The challenge is part of the appeal."
tinkerers  tinkering  apple  ipad  hacks  hacking  mobile  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
Hivelogic - System-On-A-Chip: Why Apple’s new CPU Is So Important
"Apple’s subtle mention that the iPad features a CPU of their own making, the A4, was actually the most exciting part of the whole announcement. It’s pretty important."
ipad  apple  a4  cpu  mobile  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
This is why it's worth learning about advertising, by Rory Marinich
"The product is, simply put, a magical screen that can do anything you ever want it to, no matter what that is.

Here you go. It’s five hundred dollars. If you pay me that, I will give you this magical thing that can do anything. You don’t have to read a manual. It will do anything, and it will do it right now, out of the box.

Other companies are selling computers. Apple’s selling magic. Which one would you rather have?"
ipad  apple  advertising  psychology  analysis  marketing  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
MCLIDE - Lisp IDE for Macintosh
"MCLIDE is a double-clickable, stand-alone development environment that connects to a Lisp either locally or through the network. It's like a combination of Slime with a modern GUI based IDE."
lisp  mac  osx  ide  apple  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
New iTunes LP and Extras built using TuneKit Framework, aimed at Apple TV — RoughlyDrafted Magazine
"Now look at how iTunes Extras are built: while distributed as a single file, the item is really a bundle (a folder that Mac OS X treats as a file) that amounts to a self-contained web site. It acts as a container for folders of standard PNG and JPEG graphics, AAC audio, and H.264 video content together with HTML and CSS presentation and JavaScript code.The index.html page contained in iTunes Extra bundles references TuneKit Core, a JavaScripts framework that presents a foundation for working with basic TuneKit objects. TuneKit Views present additional code for building a user interface and event handling, such as keyboard navigation and mouse input. Controllers define what is displayed in the user interface and how. The whole ball of wax is built within the TK namespace."
webdev  ituneslp  apple  itunes  appletv  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
My first experience using an accessible touch screen device « Marco’s accessibility blog
"Yes, you read correctly: An accessible touch screen device! This morning, I went to a retail store carrying mostly Apple products and had a look at the new iPhone 3G S that was released in Germany on Friday. "
accessibility  apple  iphone  mobile  touchscreen  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
"BootXChanger will allow you to change the boot image (the gray Apple) on Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5"
software  utilities  apple  osx  mac  hack 
july 2009 by deusx
Meet iFixit: Mitra’s Upgrade Success Story « iFixit Blog
User serviceable parts inside depend on the user. Also, nice: "I used a cupcake baking pan to organize the screws as I took the laptop apart."
mac  apple  repairs  ifixit 
july 2009 by deusx
Mac OS X Manual Page For hdiutil(1)
"Device Not Configured ... DO doesn't work under dead mach bootstrap contexts such as exist in a reattached screen(1) session." So... don't try to run scripts that use hdiutil to mount DMGs from a reattached screen session. Doh.
apple  dmgs  hdiutil  screen 
june 2009 by deusx
Internet Archive: Free Download: Apple II Forever
"Today they're called "mac heads", but way back in the 1980's, Apple users were in love with the Apple II. Despite the introduction of the Mac in 1984, the Apple II continued to have its devoted fans. This program looks at the Apple II culture during the early Mac era. Included are the Apple IIc+, the Apple II-GS, and a rare Apple I. Guests include John Sculley and Gary Kildall. Software demonstrations are of Math Blaster, Paintworks Gold, and Microsoft Bookshelf. Also a look at the newest Macintosh at the time, the Mac IIx. Originally broadcast in 1988."
via:stlhood  apple  video  oldschool  retro  archive  history  computing 
june 2009 by deusx
Does A Private Company Own Your Muni Arrival Times?: News: SFAppeal
"When Steven Peterson created Routesy, an iPhone app that lets riders see Muni arrival times, the last thing he expected was to hear was that Muni's real-time arrival times were actually the property of a private company located in the East Bay. But that's exactly what happened, when Alex Orloff, COO of a company calling itself NextBus Information Systems, contacted him in August, 2008, demanding a "straight revenue split" or a "data licensing agreement" from Peterson. "
routesy  publicdata  via:vaguery  sanfrancisco  muni  bus  masstransit  iphone  apple  copyright  opengovernment 
june 2009 by deusx
Full Commodore 64 Emulator Rejected from App Store | Touch Arcade
"iPhone developer Manomio has been secretly working on a major App Store project for the past year that has just been completed, but may never see the light of day in its current form.What Manomio has done is to create a fully licensed Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone that can play classic games and even run Commodore 64 BASIC.Did I mention it was legally licensed?"
c64  gaming  iphone  emulators  apple  fail 
june 2009 by deusx
Mac OS X Manual Page For pubsub(1)
"Utility for managing RSS/Atom subscriptions via the PubSub framework"
apple  osx  atom  rss  feeds  hmm 
june 2009 by deusx
Apple’s Cool Matrix-Style App Wall
"Check out the pictures below and watch the video. It reminded me a bit of the lines of code falling down that the crew of the Nebuchadnezzar would see when trying to look into the The Matrix — only with fart apps."
apple  apps  farts  appstore  visualization  wwdc 
june 2009 by deusx
Apple Rejects EFF Updates App, Claims Parody Content Is Objectionable | Electronic Frontier Foundation
"Let's be clear: we are not saying that Apple has to carry apps it doesn't like in its App Store. But iPhone owners who don't want Apple playing the role of language police for their software should have the freedom to go elsewhere. This is precisely why EFF has asked the Copyright Office to grant an exemption to the DMCA for jailbreaking iPhones. It's none of Apple's business if I want an app on my phone that lets me read EFF's RSS feed, use Sling Player over 3G, or read the Kama Sutra."
eff  apple  iphone  appstore  censorship 
june 2009 by deusx
App For That
"If your name is Indigo Montoya, and he killed your father, there’s an app for that."
iphone  ipod  apple  appstore  funny  jokes  generator 
may 2009 by deusx
Whither Eucalyptus? - Jamie’s Web Log
"If you’re wondering why Eucalyptus is not yet available, it’s currently in the state of being ‘rejected’ for distribution on the iPhone App Store. This is due to the fact that it’s possible, after explicitly searching for them, to find, download from the Internet, and then read texts that Apple deems ‘objectionable’. The example they have given me is a Victorian text-only translation of the Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana. "
apple  iphone  appstore  kamasutra  wtf  censorship 
may 2009 by deusx
About the Apple //c - a set on Flickr
"I just found this in a box. Dated February 7, 1985, this is a hand-made, hand-written book I wrote for an elementary school project. I was barely 11 years old and was clearly obsessed with the Apple //c -- my first computer. I still have that computer, btw. Apple // Forever."
stlhood  apple  oldschool  photos  awesome 
april 2009 by deusx
"Porticus is a Cocoa GUI for the MacPorts package manager. MacPorts provides ready to build open-source software packages modified to compile and run on Mac OS X. The MacPorts project provides a TCL command line tool to manage installation, update and activation of the port packages. Porticus provides a GUI front-end to this tool."
macports  osx  mac  apple  ports 
march 2009 by deusx
imacg3.jpg (JPEG Image, 1024x739 pixels)
images  apple2  appleii  dotcom  hardware  retro  oldschool  funny  imac  apple 
january 2009 by deusx
iPhone & iPod Touch Now Uses Wi-Fi to Find Location - Cell Phone Digest
"Skyhook Wireless, provider of the Wi-Fi Positioning System (WPS), recently announced that Apple is using its technology for the new Wi-Fi location positioning feature in its Maps application on both iPhone and iPod touch. Using WPS, iPhone and iPod touch users can now locate themselves in the popular Maps application with the tap of one button. (See Skyhook Wireless featured in the Macworld Keynote.)"
location  ipod  iphone  apple  wifi 
january 2009 by deusx
iTunes music: The cost of removing Apple’s copy protection - Apple 2.0
"Leave it to Apple (AAPL) to turn the lifting of restrictions into a profit center. If users convert every one of the 9 billion songs purchased from the iTunes Store over the past six years, a rich new revenue stream will flow toward Cupertino. Techcrunch’s Erick Schonfeld calls it Apple’s “$1.8 billion music tax.”"
drm  music  audio  apple  itunes  itms 
january 2009 by deusx
Cherish The AIR? Just because you can doesn't mean you should
"the core idea that should be upheld by companies like Apple should be about making things better and less often. Making things that will be able to evolve, be upgraded, be adaptable, hackable and more fun to use for longer so that as a customer I don’t think that I’m buying version 3.4 of something that will only be as good as it’s last press release. I want to buy “the” quintessential Apple product and cherish it for years, like people would cherish a vintage car."
apple  sustainability  technology  gadgets  design  product 
october 2008 by deusx
Frotz Review for iPhone | Touch Arcade
"Interactive Fiction (IF) fans will be pleased to hear that Craig Smith has released Frotz [App Store] for the iPhone through the iTunes App Store as a free download."
gaming  ifiction  iphone  ipodtouch  apple  interactivefiction 
august 2008 by deusx
Technical Support - Mac: StarCraft and Diablo 2 fail to load
"We've received a handful of reports from users with the newest (2-26-08) revision of the MacBook Pros and an inability to start up Diablo 2 and StarCraft. ... The StarCraft Startup Options and the Diablo 2 Options screens will appear, but after pressing Ok, the games close and do not load." Apparently, this is because a recent Leopard update removed 256 color display support from graphics drivers. Later in the thread, it seems that a patch is in the works by the heroic Mac team. Alternatives are Boot Camp or a dicey selective downgrade in graphics drivers from an earlier update.
starcraft  diablo  ohnoes!  mac  osx  apple  blizzard 
august 2008 by deusx
The Chemistry Set » How I Lost My S#?! at the Apple Store
Guy can't read a manual; can't find a Torx driver; can't Google for it; freaks when the Apple Genius Bar charges a $30 stupidity tax; and is amazed that things come from Taiwan. It's somehow Apple's fault, and worth drawing a comic to bitch about it.
morons  comics  apple 
july 2008 by deusx » Blog Archive » Atom Testing
"iTunes 6.0 supports Atom 1.0 based Podcasts! Without using any of their iTunes extensions! Excellent! "
atom  podcasting  itunes  apple  rss 
june 2008 by deusx
Red Sweater Blog - Apple’s Script
"Apple is leading the pack in the development of an interpreted scripting language: JavaScript. It’s time to move on. Adieu, AppleScript."
javascript  applescript  scripting  osx  apple 
june 2008 by deusx
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