This is coming from my iPad via the Shortcuts app.
The hard drive in my Windows machine that died and that I thought was the drive holding the OS actually wasn’t. It turns out, the surviving drive is the one with the OS, but the drive that failed had the boot record on it which is why I was unable to boot.
I was able to determine this by downloading the Windows 10 USB installer, booting up with that and inspecting the surviving drive. I managed to restore the boot information and boot successfully into Windows 10.
This is a relief. All that was on the other drive was game installs, most of which I can reinstall by downloading them from Steam or similar cloud libraries.
This is despicable. If you can’t, or refuse to answer reporters’ questions, you don’t deserve to govern https://
This is a great post, perfectly describes the problems with the modern web. https://
I also love the 2016 MacBook keyboard, whenever I go back to the previous version, it feels mushy to me.
Things I’m most looking forward to from the #WWDC2018 keynote
1. Siri shortcuts
2. DND improvements
3. Grouped notifications
4. macOS Dark Mode 😎
I really hope @NextcloudiOS integrates with the iOS Files.app soon. I'd love to have access to my Nextcloud server in this way. https://
Replace iPad in this article with TV, or Xbox, or computer. I guess none of those devices are meant for kids either. https://
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Listening to TWiT the past week or so and they’ve been talking a lot about the Apple education event, and making a lot of comparisons to Google. Leo would consistently talk about how Google is more “open” and Apple is closed. One person during one of the shows (I can’t recall which) even said Chromebooks were better because they could have developers make web apps, but iPads required iOS developers. Did they forget that iPads have Safari?
And on the topic of Google being “open”, I don’t think that word means what you think it means. Google has done a good job convincing everyone that they’re “open”, but they really aren’t. If Google were really open, you’d be able to develop a 3rd party Google Docs client and collaborate with people using the 1st party Google Docs app. What Leo really seems to be saying is Google has more cross platform apps, but cross platform does not equal open. That would be like saying an email provider that only allowed you to email other people on their service is open as long as they made apps for all the major platforms.
This isn’t to say Google hasn’t contributed a lot to the open source community, they have, but so has Apple.
I guess all of this is to say cross platform <> open.
If you want to learn a bit more about the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica fiasco, listen to today's episode of The Daily https://