On Wednesday, after the Apple Watch Ultra reviews dropped, I wrote up a quick story about the total apps that support Shortcuts now (as announced at WWDC) and how many of those can run from the new Action button on the watch.I'm hoping to get my hands on one soon and try it out, plus I'll be sharing my technique for turning the one dedicated shortcut into a multitool (as I mentioned in the post):
Jean-Luc Godard, the pioneering director who died on the 13th September at the age of 91, began his career with a pioneering series of films, a magnificent run that included the masterpieces À bout de souffle, Vivre sa Vie, Bande à part, Pierrot le Fou, Masculin Féminin and Week-end. Jared Marcel Pollen charts Godard's early career, and the intersection of literature and cinema in it.
GoodLinks 1.7: New iOS 16 Shortcuts Actions, Focus Filter Support, Lock Screen Widgets, and More
I’m really excited about the latest update to GoodLinks for iPhone. The app has always had some of the best automation support of any link management or read-later app I’ve used. However, with version 1.7, which was released last week, GoodLinks has taken its automation tools to a new level, opening up more ways to
Earlier this week, I published my review of iOS 16. As you may have seen, throughout the eight chapters of the story, I pointed out some of the flaws of iOS 16 and aspects I didn’t particularly like. That gave me an idea. First, however, allow me to thank to everyone who read, enjoyed, and
Sleep loss leads to the withdrawal of human helping across individuals, groups, and large-scale societies
Helping behavior between humans has been one of the most influential forces sculpting modern civilizations, but what factors influence this propensity to help? This study demonstrates that a lack of sleep dictates whether humans choose to help each other at three different scales: within individuals, across individuals, and across societies.