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The importance of compatibility!

So I thought I’d start off by telling you all about my troubles with compatibility which I had just a couple of months ago.

It all started when Apple released Mac OSX El Capitan (10.11), I was so eager to jump right into it (not exactly sure why now), and got it on he first day without thinking about he consequences of what could happen to all my untested software. 548 more words

Pro Tools


Time for a Biorambler makeover! I’ve downgraded my site, and am going to try to find a way for it to be super-snazzy without paying $229 a year. 81 more words

Money Matters

Wall Street and Programmers

In an intriguing development, analyst Michael Nathanson has downgraded Discovery Networks and Scripps Networks Interactive from ‘neutral’ to ‘sell’. His reason is that he sees a poor future for programmers that don’t carry live TV events like sports or news. 642 more words

The Industry

Evangelical lingo - Helpful polemics terms


“Downgrade is a colloquial expression meant to convey a doctrinal dumbing-down or theological slide into apostasy. The term denotes a rapid decline in orthodoxy or the approval of heterodoxy that would not have been approved long before.” 49 more words


(When) should you upgrade to macOS Sierra?

Most early adopters who (like me) installed macOS Sierra 10.12 on 20 September seem to have settled into it without any major problems or disasters. Those issues which became apparent in the first couple of days – incompatibility with Fujitsu ScanSnap software, Adobe CC apps, and others – are now either resolved or solutions are rolling out as I write. 723 more words


Back to Minimalism 

Ten years ago I began building my digital photography gear.

With a Canon 400 Rebel, I photographed most of Kangaroo Island effortlessly. But I had to have more more more. 212 more words


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