Whose computer is it, anyway?

The latest updates released by Apple for its Mac computers as well as its iOS and iPadOS devices are increasingly making it harder for people to manage their device the way they want. In essence, Apple is now dictating that you must not, indeed cannot, restore any device to a previous version of its OS. In the world of politics we would call that dictatorship and it is nothing short of despicable.… Read More Whose computer is it, anyway?

Luminar Neo uses AI for everything that you should be doing yourself

Luminar Neo introduces several AI technologies, including Relight AI, Powerline Removal and Dust Spot Removal. The key to understanding Neo is that your photo will significantly change when edited with Neo as Skylum defines photography in terms of not catching but “enhancing” the moment.… Read More Luminar Neo uses AI for everything that you should be doing yourself

My favourite text editor Ulysses hosts the Ulysses Writing Contest celebrating Disney’s Flora and Ulysses

Writing app Ulysses for Mac, iPad and iPhone launches a writing contest that starts February 19, the day the original Flora & Ulysses movie starts streaming, and lasts until March 12, 2021. The Disney+ original movie Flora & Ulysses is based on best-selling author Kate DiCamillo’s award-winning children’s book and features an unexpected superhero: Ulysses,… Read More My favourite text editor Ulysses hosts the Ulysses Writing Contest celebrating Disney’s Flora and Ulysses

The complete solution for designing barcodes: Barcode Studio

I don’t know if the world knows of a graphic or layout designer who hasn’t had to — at the very least — paste a barcode into their design. Barcodes are everywhere and they can help with tasks as complex as tracking hospital patients or as simple as you, desktop Mac or PC user, tracking your images, videoclips and other files across backups, NAS servers, local media, and the cloud.… Read More The complete solution for designing barcodes: Barcode Studio

DPA Microphones d:screet 6060, supersmall, super quality

DPA Microphones’ d:screet 6060 CORE subminiature microphones are 3 mm in size, but if you close your eyes when monitoring a recording with one of these you’d swear you’re using a studio microphone the likes of a Neumann. I tested one of these tiny mics and it offered an unbelievable clarity, with as much detail in the low tones as much bigger and more expensive mics.… Read More DPA Microphones d:screet 6060, supersmall, super quality