These types of stories will always exist. But if Apple loosened their hold on the platform, it would give developers somewhere to go when Apple gets it wrong. https://mjtsai.com/blog/2021/07/30/safari-extension-rejected-because-developer-not-reputable/
Publishing some links to Initial Charge, referencing saved articles from Wallabag in ReadKit and writing in Ulysses. #screenshotsunday
At the splash pad. https://libertynode.cam/p/mike/327512099146305536
“If it’s a bug that people rely on, it’s not a bug, it’s a feature.” — Linus Torvalds
We’ve started slowly disabling “Hey Siri” on our devices. We just don’t use it that often and it triggering inadvertently is annoying.
Maybe I’m missing something…
I see people using the “introduction” hashtag on Mastodon, what’s the goal of that? Couldn’t you just put that information in your bio?
Probably the original iPhone. https://twitter.com/stalman/status/1421093024109498379?s=20
I wish I could open an app in a floating window on iPad while I'm viewing my home screen. It would make organizing my apps a lot easier.
I feel like all prior experience I had with desktop Linux involved trying to install drivers, those drivers or the install process not working, something else breaks, and then I have no idea where to even begin fixing it.
I’m very glad that this experience appears to be relatively rare now.
The startup disk trick I mentioned earlier was super handy for setting a Linux volume as the default boot volume for my iMac, since that volume didn’t show up in macOS’ Startup Disk preference pane.