Apple has officially introduced the iPhone X, its new flagship smartphone with dozens of new features. It won’t be available until November 3, but here’s a preview of 50 changes and improvements coming.
I’ve been using text-only email for a long time. It just works. I also recommend it to my colleagues as a safe way to ensure messages don’t end up with winmail.dat issues, wierd font rendering, and embedded images during delivery to clients. Continue reading “The Only Safe Email is Text Email”
Force quitting an app on the Apple Watch is not quite as simple as it is on an iPhone or Mac, but it’s still possible. With the problem app in question open:
- Press and hold the Side Button (bottom button) for until you see “Power Off”.
- Press and hold the Digital Crown (top button) in for a second.
The naughty app should quit, returning the user to the Apple Watch home screen.
Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 is Safer Internet Day. In the interest of helping spread the word about the many resources available, here are just a few links to check out.
After many years of using behemoth font managers for Mac OS, I’ve decided to go minimal and try RightFont. So far, so good. It’s not gonna preview 600 faces at one time or do any major auto-activation in Adobe Creative Cloud, but it has some handy features and can help you use Google Fonts as well. Free to try at https://rightfontapp.com/.