Dr. Drang has written about how he sees Shortcuts slotting into the Mac’s preexisting automation tools. The more time I spend with this topic, the more relieved I feel about how Apple has gone about this.
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This week on Mac Power Users, we are joined by Paul Kafasis to talk about Mac software development in the modern era, some of Rogue Amoeba’s history and the tools Paul uses to get his work done.
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Well, this is perfect:
It has been a weird couple of months here in Memphis:
This week on Liftoff, Jason and I spoke with former astronaut Dr. Ed Lu about his work at the B612 Foundation, which is focused on protecting Earth from large asteroid strikes.
I’m sure this was confusing for iPod users, but Apple Support had a reassuring message:
This isn’t anything to worry about. If you follow the recommendation to install the update, the iPod mini 1.0 software will correctly indicate that iPod (with Dock Connector) isn’t supported and won’t install it. This should only happen once. Connecting the iPod (with Dock Connector) again should not cause the iPod mini Updater to open again.
… and they also had a little snark ready:
This does not happen with iTunes 4.2 for Mac OS X.