Apparently, Paul Thermott over here is a Windows fan.
I'm an Apple fan. While he does bring up some good points, leaves out some others, and basically rants about how little of a significance stuff like 'Time Machine's' graphics are (Apple does this to LOOK GOOD, that why it's done), he does bring up some good points.
One he leaves out, and I think of people missed..
Leopard introduces the ability to make a Dashboard widget out of any website. To have live content on the Desktop. MS did this awhile ago.. It's called 'Active Desktop', agreed, not as pretty, and very clunky, but it's done tech.
Without going off the deep-end here and discussing every single Snort rule keyword, I just wanted to touch on a few modifiers that people so...
While on MacOS (and iOS) you can use the Share Sheet from Safari to share a webpage to Notes, it only shares the title, URL, and the favicon...
Let me start off by saying I'm not bashing the writer of this article, and I'm trying not to be super critical. I don't want to...