Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Leica X Vario: Toy for rich people

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Two weeks ago, shortly after the leak of the specification of the new Leica "Mini M" I came out and said that the information...

When less is more and more and more

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Austin White of Thoughtfuldesign.net, a committed minimalist, posts this quote from Randy Murray: I find that having less, but better made, more purposeful...

A carpark, a carpark, my kingdom for a carpark

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It now looks pretty certain that archeologists have found the remains of King Richard III under a carpark in Leicester: (the...

Welcome to Macfilos

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Macfilos has been covering the world of technology, with an Apple slant, for the past four years. I write about things that interest me...

Here by mistake?

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If you have made a search and found a specific article you may have ended up on thi welcome page by mistake. I realise...

A kidney, a kidney, a kidney for my phone

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Experience of life does have some some advantages. The sad story of the young man in China who sold a kidney to pay for...

Ayatollah Canute commands the internet tide to recede

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Iran is severing connections with the meddlesome internet. In future an Islamic intranet will provide for the inquisitiveness of its citizens. This folly reminds me...

Das Keyboard meets Das Boot over a good cup of coffee

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Was it John Gruber who mentioned, no doubt tongue in cheek, that the requisite for a Mac blogger was, among other things, ownership of...

Cicero’s Death: At least Sam Biddle got the date right

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Sam Biddle at TechCrunch is getting all misty eyed about Cicero. Apparently, this “ancient sculptor” is “known for several of the greatest reforms of Hellenist antiquity: the reform of the aqueducts, the erection of town hall, and the progression of various numbers.”