In my case, I had to download the Mojave installer to create my virtual machine, but it’s done. Of course, I’ll get nag messages when I run any 32-bit apps in there, but I can live with that.
Leaving the synagogue there were plaques in remembrance of the atrocities of the holocaust which can be found below. Once again eye contact or acknowledgment of my presence was ignored, I felt invisible as I walked away from the building but with a sense that what the JLM stand for is not to eradicate racism or even antisemitism but to ensure that the democratically elected leader and the members that support him are removed from the party.
I’ve experiences this quite a few times in my life. But I’ve gradually reduced my need for keepsakes and mementos. And there is joy to be giving possessions to others so they can have new life.
My music tastes are such that I frequently find the limits of the ‘limitless’ streaming music available to me via Apple Music. So I’ll still buy music from elsewhere, particularly for artists whose work I like. 🎶💰👂👍
I felt queazy after reading this from John Gruber yesterday, and some of the sources he linked to.
Another example of why current content moderation systems are flawed.
Howard Oakley rightly points out that System Integrity Protection (SIP) was introduced to macOS for a reason, and if you have to disable it, you should treat that Mac as special and not for general use.
The blame is not Apple’s, in this case, or the people whose systems were affected (though they should probably reconsider how those systems are used.)
Frankly, Google needs to explain how this destructive bug made it through their testing and QA system prior to release, and make damn sure it doesn’t happen again.
EveryLibrary is promoting the value of CDL on many fronts, including how it can open up materials to special populations. For example, there is a collection of oral histories from early Czech immigrants to the United States in a suburban Chicago library. It used to be that many descendants lived nearby and could walk to the library to look up those materials, but they have since moved. While the materials are physically stuck in Illinois, families and scholars elsewhere may be interested if only they had digital access, noted Chrastka.
Sadly, not a new phenomenon—I speak as a spectator of many flame wars and other falling-out during the Age of Usenet, and from reading Slashdot in the early 2000s.