Apple wins when you use AppleCare+ and pay the forfeit. Apple wins when you upgrade. No matter what happens Apple wins. Without, you lose.
Notifications started after upgrade to iOS 15. Finding a solution which works has been difficult enough I’m posting it publicly to help others.
Internet & technology service providers should not have political *opinions* at work. Be very careful where you set up SMTP. It’s a pain to move.
There’s a quick way to track down to errant audio beeps/bings/gongs via terminal, using the “lsof” command.
There’s a lot of room in the GDPR space for an independent developer who creates a lightweight and easy to configure privacy plugin.
The key is to configure fail2ban to use `DROP` with iptables instead of just `REJECT`. REJECT allows the IP to keep using an open connection.
Here’s some useful AppleTV user agent strings from the excellent User-agents.net database to help with Airplay development.
The real trick is with the nth alignment styles which make it very easy to build well-aligned columns.
Since I have some files on hand and most of the relevant software installed, I decided to systematically look at iPhone HEIC and DNG support some of the major photo viewers/triage tools and RAW developers as of March 2022. This is an updated list from November 2020 where the situation was fairly dire. There’s much […]
Photographers who use DxO PhotoLab 5 know the pain of not being able to edit RAW images from their new cameras for many months, even years.
While Disqus is a reasonable comment service on paper, you can only hope not to run into trouble. They don’t care and never did. RT.com does.
Qwant is a Potemkin-village, built to impress naive Europeans that we are independent. Video results offer only YouTube and DailyMotion.
Although Brave might really be the most private browser out of the box, it still can be tweaked in the privacy settings.
Firefox is the only major alternative to Chromium-based browsers and offers reasonable privacy online – only after a few tweaks here and there.
Opera is still much loved browser among privacy-minded users. Does it live up to its fame and how to set it up for maximum privacy?
All of Iridium, unGoogled Chromium and Brave Browser make bold claims for privacy. Talk is cheap and fortunately the EFF is here to referee.
Even the popular browsers known for privacy need a few tweaks here and there. Let’s see how to configure them easily and properly.
If you can’t see it, you can’t correct it. How to navigate a smooth path between colour spaces for web and print.
Batch repair with no transcoding or generation loss! Since we are already on the command line, doing it in bash makes the most sense.
If you are having trouble previewing XMP files with Apple QuickLook you are not alone. Affinity Photo blocks QuickLook for .xmp file extension.