OSX Mojave comes with a little-publicised feature called Stacks. Apple patented the design for this in 1992, first implemented it in a half-hearted way in 2003 and then it took another 15 years before they launched it in the way it was envisaged.
Scott Galloway knows what’s up.
The article argues that the 12” Powerbook was Apple’s finest laptop. I had one and I’d have to agree. The new 12” MacBook, my current rig, is pretty sweet, too.
Apple is a fashion brand that makes jewelry that connects to the internet – Chris Messina
In short, the “big five” tech companies are all in the early stages of a race to wean us off of the graphical interface, the open web, and the app ecosystem, and train us to use their respective A.I. assistants as our primary portal to the internet. –Will Oremus in Slate
Tech bros do. MG Siegler, writing at the billionaires’ typewriter, compared the Apple Watch and Disney’s Magic Band. Jumping off from an article in Wired that described the Magic Band as magic (obvs), allowing such amazing conveniences as having your waiter find your table, Siegler explains how the Magic Band requires tracking your every […]