Per The Washington Post, quoting Trump:
We think it’s totally the wrong decision by, obviously, an Obama-appointed judge.
Now if this case makes it to the Supreme court I fully expect Trump’s comment to be:
We think it’s totally the RIGHT decision by, obviously, a TRUMP-appointed judge.
Musicians: Perfect Tempo is an excellent tool. It’s the only app I’ve seen that can slow down or speed up Apple Misic tracks without changing their pitch. Great for practicing how to play songs.
— John Voorhees (@johnvoorhees) May 15, 2019
This is such a cool tool!
Per Apple Insider:
Users of older versions of Adobe Creative Cloud apps including Photoshop have been told to stop using them or face potential “infringement claims” from third-party companies who are unnamed but suspected to be Dolby. Adobe cites only “ongoing litigation” as the reason for the abrupt announcement.
Amazing how this problem with a subscription model continues to recur. Initially, we were renting digital media like books, movies, and music. One service shuts down, you lose access to your library; no portability. Software is beginning to suffer the same fate: when the licensing of the thing/version ends, so does your ability to make use of what you’ve paid for.
Have you paid less (per month) than an initial upfront purchase? Sure. Questionable ownership is a serious concern, though. You could buy software one time and use it indefinitely, but replace the one time purchase with a subscription model and you may not be given the right to subscribe indefinitely.
A great rundown of the fallout from this by from Michael Tsai.
It’s great when your version control system requires the installation of a kernel extension.
— The Verge (@verge) May 16, 2019
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei:
We know that an IP rating would be the simplest way to prove our phone’s capability, but the certification doesn’t help us communicate our focus on your real experience, which is why we created this direct and relatable video to show you what our water-resistant quality can actually bring to you in your real life in a more powerful way… And just like other smartphone brands that do IP classify their devices, our warranty does not cover water damage.
But they can pay Downey, Jr. for an ad? How does that “prove our phone’s capability”?
And then consider Apple’s approach: Phil Schiller has a slide on stage showing the phone dropped in a pool, and the thing is IP-certified, and yet you still can’t get coverage when you bring in a water-damaged phone.
colleague: why are you sweating?
me: I currently have 3 hours of work stored solely on my clipboard
— I Am Devloper (@iamdevloper) May 14, 2019