A lot of people are hoping to see some dramatic changes to iPadOS to suit the M1 iPads. However, iPadOS covers a wide range of iPad models, most of which are not nearly as beefy as the latest high end models. This presents a number of problems for dreams that the next version of iPadOSContinue reading “iPadOS and the M1 iPads”
Jason Snell reflects on the issue in this article: iPadOS approaches the edge of desktop computing – Six Colors My personal assessment is that a lot of the performance attributed to iPadOS comes from two features: The multitasking model in iPadOS is way different from MacOS. In particular, there is not really user space multitaskingContinue reading “iPadOS, MacOS, and Performance”
It used to be that we watched a lot of weekly series, and we still watch some. We’d tune in each week for the next episode and be at the mercy of scheduled programming. Now, that we’ve been on streaming for a few years, we typically dig up series to watch from one of ourContinue reading “On streaming and tv show quality”
It’s great not to have to be super worried about catching or spreading COVID now that I’ve been fully vaccinated for a couple of weeks.
What is the most friction free way of publishing things as they come to mind? The WordPress app is amazingly complex with many formatting options to consider while you’re writing. I like the Ulysses interface, but for just writing fast notes, it too takes a little too much startup. You really just want to beContinue reading “Sunday Musings”
Hiring was much weaker than expected in April. Wall Street thinks it’s a blip, but there could be much deeper rethinking going on of what jobs are needed and what workers want to do on a daily basis. — Read on http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/05/07/jobs-report-labor-shortage-analysis/ People had to completely reimagine their lives and businesses during the pandemic. It’sContinue reading “April jobs report surprise: Is this a labor shortage or a great reassessment of work in America? – The Washington Post”