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iOS 16.2 to introduce 'Custom Accessibility Mode' with streamlined experience for iPhone and iPad
iOS 16.2 to introduce 'Custom Accessibility Mode' with streamlined experience for iPhone and iPad
Apple on Tuesday released iOS 16.2 beta 2 to developers as the company gets ready to make the update available to the public in December. Officially, it adds the new Freeform collaboration app and improvements to the Home app. Under the hood, 9to5Mac found out that Apple has been working on a new “Custom Accessibility […]
·9to5mac.com·
iOS 16.2 to introduce 'Custom Accessibility Mode' with streamlined experience for iPhone and iPad
Book Critic
Book Critic
The Washington Post is an award-winning news leader whose mission is to connect, inform, and enlighten local, national and global readers with trustworthy reporting, in-depth analysis and engaging opinions. The Post is as much a tech company as it is a media company, combining world-class journalism with the latest technology and tools so readers can interact with The Post anytime, anywhere. Our approach is always the same– shape ideas, redefine speed, take ownership and lead. Every employee, every project, every day. Application Instructions Please list all professional experience and explain any gaps in employment history. All of your application materials, which may include PDF files of work samples and/or links to audio, video, photography or graphics, must be uploaded to the field labeled Resume/Cover Letter/Work Samples to be considered for the position. Job Description The Washington Post’s expanding books team is looking for a nonfiction critic. The critic will be an integral part of The Post’s coverage digitally and in print, including the recently revived weekly Book World section. The position requires a distinctive and incisive style, a sense of humor (generally, a voice capable of leavening serious or even slightly wonky material), the willingness and ability to write one review each week, and an informed interest in nonfiction of various stripes. The writer should be willing to take strong positions and to start and advance arguments. They should also be interested in writing some pieces that go beyond reviews: high-end takes on various issues arising from the world of books, appraisals of writers in the news, etc. The critic will have a strong say in what they review but will also work closely with editors to determine priorities. There will be occasional need to very quickly read and review embargoed books. The ideal candidate will be a broadly curious reader who has a long-standing personal interest in and knowledge of books and a sense of their own taste. They will enjoy being part of a team and collaborate well with others. This position is based in our Washington newsroom. Interested candidates should upload a résumé with links to their work and a cover letter outlining the experience and approach they would bring to the role to our jobs portal. All application materials can be uploaded to the same field. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but those received by 11/28/2022 will be prioritized. The cover letter should be addressed to Books Editor John Williams, Executive Features Editor Ben Williams and Deputy Features Editor Mitch Rubin. Wherever you are in your life or career, The Washington Post offers comprehensive and inclusive benefits for every step of your journey: Competitive medical, dental and vision coverage Company-paid pension and 401(k) match Three weeks of vacation and up to three weeks of paid sick leave Nine paid holidays and two personal days 20 weeks paid parental leave for any new parent Robust mental health resources Backup care and caregiver concierge services Gender affirming services Pet insurance Free Post digital subscription Leadership and career development programs Benefits may vary based on the job, full-time or part-time schedule, location, and collectively bargained status. The Post strives to provide its readers with high-quality, trustworthy news and information while constantly innovating. That mission is best served by a diverse, multi-generational workforce with varied life experiences and perspectives. All cultures and backgrounds are welcomed. Ever wondered if what you are doing will Impact Tomorrow? At The Washington Post, every employee shapes the way we deliver the news. Find the career that’s right for you #washpostlife
·washpost.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com·
Book Critic
SongShift 3.0 and Switching Between Apple Music and Spotify
SongShift 3.0 and Switching Between Apple Music and Spotify
For the better part of this year, I’ve been using both Spotify and Apple Music. In my opinion, each service does a few things exceptionally well, but, unfortunately, I can’t have all of them in a single music app. Spotify’s discovery tools for both old and new songs are simply unparalleled in the industry: Discover
·macstories.net·
SongShift 3.0 and Switching Between Apple Music and Spotify
So You Want To Make A Command Line Interface
So You Want To Make A Command Line Interface
[Keba] not only asked Answeres.HackaDay.com, but also sent us an email as follows. “Can you make a basic guide to designing a good Command Line User Interface?” Wouldn’t you know …
·hackaday.com·
So You Want To Make A Command Line Interface
Apple Frames 3.0: Completely Rewritten, Support for iPhone 14 Pro and Dynamic Island, New Devices, Multiple Display Resolutions, and More
Apple Frames 3.0: Completely Rewritten, Support for iPhone 14 Pro and Dynamic Island, New Devices, Multiple Display Resolutions, and More
Today, I’m pleased to announce the release of version 3.0 of Apple Frames, my shortcut to put screenshots taken on various Apple devices inside physical frames for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. Apple Frames 3.0 is a major update that involved a complete re-architecture of the shortcut to improve its performance and reliability on
·macstories.net·
Apple Frames 3.0: Completely Rewritten, Support for iPhone 14 Pro and Dynamic Island, New Devices, Multiple Display Resolutions, and More
The Rails Doctrine
The Rails Doctrine
A web-app framework that includes everything needed to create database-backed web applications according to the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern.
·rubyonrails.org·
The Rails Doctrine
Grazing 2.0: Once Again, My Favorite iOS Browser
Grazing 2.0: Once Again, My Favorite iOS Browser
Back in September I first reviewed Grazing, an alternative web browser for the iPad that came out a few weeks after I complained about the average alternative browser for the iPad lacking the ideas, feature set or implementation to properly compete with Safari. Lots of things have changed since then, both with iOS Safari and
·macstories.net·
Grazing 2.0: Once Again, My Favorite iOS Browser
Screentime: The Millennial Tech Founder Who Wonders If She’s Too Old for TikTok
Screentime: The Millennial Tech Founder Who Wonders If She’s Too Old for TikTok
Kathryn Minshew, founder of online jobs marketplace The Muse, has basically been on a nationwide tour for the past month. Traveling from her home in New York’s East Village, she’s turned up in Aspen, Colo.; the Catskills, N.Y.; Dana Point, Calif.; and Boston. Though some of the travel was just ...
·theinformation.com·
Screentime: The Millennial Tech Founder Who Wonders If She’s Too Old for TikTok
This one email explains Apple
This one email explains Apple
An email has been going around the internet as a part of a release of documents related to Apple’s App Store-based suit brought by Epic Games. I love this email for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is that you can extrapolate from it the very reasons Apple has remained such a […]
·techcrunch.com·
This one email explains Apple