Looks like I have to reboot my Drobo every time my Mac goes from Windows to OS X. That’s gonna get old real fast.
I doubt I’ll want to do this after every update, but it’s so much more legible.
What’s the easiest way on iPad to repost on the web a photo I saw in my timeline? It’s still to switch to my Mac, of course. For shame — iOS is five years old.
Odd that Twitterrific hasn’t been forced to change its name yet. Twitter’s last little acknowledgment of their debt to a third-party app?
Eek. I’m hating Photoshop CS6’s new crop tool — even in “classic mode.” Why the hell is the selection always active?
Side effect of iTunes redesign: I ”eject” my iDevices as soon as they’re done syncing. Never bothered to when they were just a sidebar item.
If the Remote app is really a big part of the Apple TV roadmap, we should be able to run it from the lock screen. Anything else is too slow.
Wish I’d realized earlier that enabling wifi sync in iTunes also allows you to put files into your app buckets wirelessly.
On iOS, a confirmation and an error message look exactly the same — text in an always blue UIAlertView. Forgetting decades-old good practices of UX design.
Instagram finally straightens up its capture interface (the ‘Back’ button doesn’t move around between screens) yet still no filter previews?
I’m stunned by the new Flickr app. UI is good, filters are good, and it posts to Facebook and Twitter. All that’s missing is one-tap square crop.
I hope this light, friendly visual language originally introduced with Google Now and seen in iOS G-Maps will be applied to all of Android.
Every single time I start a new Kindle book I get pissed off again that the platform allows publishers to fuck up the formatting.
If using folders or the “snooze” function isn’t for you, the ability to simply move messages up or down in the mailbox timeline allows for creating to-do lists of sorts. And all movements made in Mailbox also effect your accounts in their native formats so you won’t be confused when switching between web clients and Mailbox.
How on earth does that work? How do they manage to reorder messages in your Gmail inbox without changing the timestamps? Or do they actually change the timestamps, making your e-mail archive completely unreliable? I’m guessing the way they implement “snooze” is they move the message to their own servers, then move it back on a timer. (They have to have servers of their own with access to your inbox, since they’re offering push notifications.) Would you trust them with that?
This app looks extremely interesting, but e-mail is too vital for me to risk a third-party app screwing it up, or for that matter to let a completely unknown entity access and mess with my accounts — I’d much rather Google implemented those functionalities on their side.
I tried, I really tried, but I’m enabling the sidebar in iTunes. Without it, too many levels of navigation, and too much hidden information.
The most important one being that without a permanent unread count I completely forget I’m subscribed to podcasts.
How… what… are they moving old databases around by boat?
iPad app UIs need to use more swiping, less tapping. Spatial navigation beats modal hierarchies every time. (See: Brichten’s Twitter app.)
In two years time, Mac OS X will be older than Classic MacOS was when OS X was first released in 2001 to replace it
Je viens de réaliser qu’à chaque fois que je renouvelle mon serveur OVH je donne ma CB après avoir cliqué sur un lien d’un mail. Pas bien.