22 October 2014

Apple news

Bose launches patent lawsuit against Beats Audio. Apple buys Beats Audio. Bose and Apple settle patent dispute. Not good enough! Apple removes all Bose products from stores. Fitbit says it has no plans for iOS HealthKit integration. Apple plans to stop selling Fitbit in stores. I don’t remember Apple acting like a petulant child before Jobs returned to the company. Am I forgetting previous examples?

20 October 2014

OS X Yosemite upgrade FileVault problem

When I upgraded to Yosemite, the installer offered to painlessly switch my hard drive to use FileVault 2 full disk encryption. I said yes. Unfortunately, the OS didn’t generate the recovery key that it was supposed to. I was left with an encrypted disk, and no recovery key I could file away in case I forgot my password. After some investigation, I discovered that you can ask OS X to create a new recovery key for you from the command line. ... Read more

6 October 2014

In which I try Soylent

So, I ordered a batch of Soylent, and it finally shipped to me. Before I talk about my experiences, though, I feel like I should head off a few common criticisms. “Why do you hate food?” I don’t hate food. I love food in almost all its varieties. I love salads, curries of all nations from India to Thailand, pizza, pasta, stir fry, tacos, bread, omelets, flatbreads, hummus, all kinds of foods. ... Read more

6 October 2014

Video game review: “Depression Quest”

It’s obviously tough to approach a game like Depression Quest without any expectations, if you follow the gaming scene at all. I had read about it pre launch, and made a vague mental note to check it out, but by the time the game launched and the #gamergate shitshow blew up I was busy with Borderlands 2. (Yes, I’m probably the last person to start playing Borderlands; I hate paid DLC so I waited until I could buy pretty much the whole thing on disc in a ‘Game of the Year’ edition. ... Read more

28 September 2014

About that word “Pro”…

« Website security is a complicated subject and you don’t want to go at it alone, especially if you’re not quite sure how everything works. iThemes Security Pro customers get 1 year of ticketed support, so you know our support team is ready to help you when you need it. […] iThemes Security shows you a list of things to do to make your site more secure with a simple way to turn options on or off. ... Read more

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