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The Beta Blues, What's Wrong with Quick Assist & R.I.P. IE - Double Tap Canada
The Beta Blues, What's Wrong with Quick Assist & R.I.P. IE - Double Tap Canada
The DTC team is back with another hour of top tech talk but what exactly has got everyone so annoyed this week? After installing the beta version of the latest Mac OS, Steven seems to be suffering from the beta blues and is desperately trying to roll-back his Mac. But why is it we can't wait to put these beta versions on our devices even though we know that the software isn't ready yet? To maintain balance, Shaun is angry at Microsoft this week following his recent experience with Quick Assist. It appears that the latest version is only available through the Windows Store. But more than that, it seems that Windows 10 users will not be able to use the Quick Assist keyboard shortcut to launch the new version of this very useful app in the future, Windows 11 users will be allowed to but not Windows 10 users. Shaun is banging his head against the wall at the whole situation... Next, Marc tells us his thoughts on the post WWDC Talk Show hosted by John Gruber. It was a very relaxed discussion and could it
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The Beta Blues, What's Wrong with Quick Assist & R.I.P. IE - Double Tap Canada
Facebook Pulls the Plug on Podcast Business After a Year
Facebook Pulls the Plug on Podcast Business After a Year
(Bloomberg) -- Facebook is pulling out of podcasts and plans to remove them altogether from the social-media service starting June 3.Most Read from BloombergCiti Trader Made Error Behind Flash Crash in Europe StocksBiggest Treasury Buyer Outside U.S. Quietly Selling BillionsAlibaba Recovers After Report on ‘Ma’ Briefly Erased $26 BillionUkraine Latest: Johnson to Evoke Wartime History in SpeechEnd of Easy Money Brings a $410 Billion Global Financial ShockPart of Meta Platforms Inc., Facebook wil
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Facebook Pulls the Plug on Podcast Business After a Year
Ta-da! It’s Windows — Twenty Thousand Hertz
Ta-da! It’s Windows — Twenty Thousand Hertz
Over the years, Microsoft has made at least ten iconic startup sounds for Windows—from the triumphant “Ta-da!” of Windows 3.1, to the ambient chime that Brian Eno crafted for Windows 95, to the orchestral sweep of Windows XP. In this episode, we explore the creation of the classic Windows startup so
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Ta-da! It’s Windows — Twenty Thousand Hertz
Views of the News: Should journalists get off Twitter?
Views of the News: Should journalists get off Twitter?
Is it time for journalists to get off Twitter? One of the nation’s leading newspapers has made a presence on the social platform optional. We’ll talk about why, and what effects this could have on the quality of reporting and the safety of reporters. Also, Warner Bros. Discovery’s takeover of CNN and HBO, the collapse of Black News Channel and the USA Today’s innovative use of comic journalism. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News.
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Views of the News: Should journalists get off Twitter?
Overcast Redesign Enhances Podcast Navigation with an Emphasis on Playlists and Recent Episodes
Overcast Redesign Enhances Podcast Navigation with an Emphasis on Playlists and Recent Episodes
I’ve used a lot of different podcast apps over the years, but the one I return to most often and have used the most is Overcast by Marco Arment. The app’s customizability, Smart Speed and Voice Boost audio enhancement technologies, and Shortcuts support are unrivaled among podcast players. I also appreciate that when episodes of
·macstories.net·
Overcast Redesign Enhances Podcast Navigation with an Emphasis on Playlists and Recent Episodes
Apple Expands Analytics and Other Features Available to Podcasters
Apple Expands Analytics and Other Features Available to Podcasters
Today, in a post on the Apple Podcasts for Creators webpage, Apple announced an expansion of the podcast analytics it offers, which podcasters can sign up to use at Apple Podcasts Connect. Apple is adding a new metric called Followers, the term Apple uses to describe listeners who subscribe to a free podcast. The company
·macstories.net·
Apple Expands Analytics and Other Features Available to Podcasters