This is the second in a series of posts on RAW photography on iPhone. I previously wrote about what RAW is by explaining a little on how cameras work, how you can use RAW, and what some key tradeoffs of using RAW are. New to this series? I suggest you start there.
Not many people know that Apple introduced some interesting automation capabilities in Xcode 9 via URL schemes. I sometimes use them, and as I didn’t see them publicized anywhere, I decided to document them in this blog post.
The URL scheme lets pro users and developers of other apps send commands to Things. This page explains how it works. There's also a powerful JSON-based command that lets you create entire projects, together with all their notes, headings, and to-dos.
The fictions we tell, if they are compelling at all, always bleed back into reality. What future visions media has grown us accustomed to and in what ways that might inhibit us from seeing the future as possibility space? As the co-founder of ALLFUTUREEVERYTHING, Monika Bielskyte is an instrumental
Slopes Diaries is my ongoing journey to turn my indie app into a more sustainable part of my business. First time reading? Catch up on the journey so far. What is Slopes? Think Nike+, Runkeeper, Strava, MapMyRun, etc for skiers and snowboarders.
As a developer I’ve always enjoyed reading various architecture related articles. What I liked the most about them is how they pointed out at possible downsides and upsides of using one type of architecture above the other.
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it.
One day in late February of 2016, Mark Zuckerberg sent a memo to all of Facebook’s employees to address some troubling behavior in the ranks. His message pertained to some walls at the company’s Menlo Park headquarters where staffers are encouraged to scribble notes and signatures.