I was pleased to once again have a two-minute audio tip featured on Mac Power Users. In it, I describe Mail Perspectives, software that lets me stay on top of email by displaying a mini-window showing key information about recently arrived messages.
My tip starts here.
Listen to the whole episode here: #309: I Haven't Discounted The Possibility That You're Crazy
I usually say “Oh Ess X.” .
Pauli Olavi Ojala says Apple should just call it “MacOS.” I often call it that.
Apple, it’s time to move on from “OS X” / Pauli Olavi Ojala / Medium
I can definitely use something like this. I never ever file email in folders; I just use search. The search tools in Apple Mail are anemic.
InfoClick review: Find what you’re looking for in Apple Mail
New Apple didn’t need a reset. New Apple needed to grow up. To stop behaving like an insular underdog on the margins and start acting like the industry leader and cultural force it so clearly has become.
Apple has never been more successful, powerful, and influential than it is today. They’ve thus never been in a better position to succumb to their worst instincts and act imperiously and capriciously.
Daring Fireball: Only Apple.
It turns your iPad into a manual typewriter.
This would be very practical for business travel.
Apple Launches Evil Plan to Steal Carriers' Customers
Apple’s upgrades to the Mac, iPhone, and iPad, announced Monday, are focused on tightening integration of those three products into a unified universe. That’s both an opportunity and a threat for carriers.
The more useful Apple makes its mobile products, the more customers use them. That makes money for carriers.
The threat is that customers are loyal to Apple, rather than the carriers. Customers think of themselves as Apple customers, and the carrier is just a provider of the dumb pipe that connects their Apple devices to each other and the world.
– Me on Light Reading.
Apple Joins Home Automation Wars
Nice analysis from my colleague Mari Silbey about how Apple’s home automation strategy compares with cable and telecom companies on the one hand, and device providers on the other.