Through their ever improving cross-platform work, Microsoft support PowerShell Core on MacOS. Why would I need this? Because one of my extra-curricular activities is supporting an Office 365 instance for my church and, eventually, you hit the limit of Microsoft’s UI and have to resort to command-line tools. On Windows this is fine, but on… Continue reading PowerShell on MacOS
My poor Apple Watch is sick!
Apropos of nothing, and linked to this blog purely by virtue of the fact it was edited in Adobe Premiere Pro on my MacBook Pro, I made the short video below and thought you might find it amusing – enjoy 😉
<tl:dr>If you want to use an AppleTV as a HomeHub for your HomeKit connected devices, connect it to your router via Ethernet, not Wi-Fi</tl:dr> As a result of various (apparently unrelated) events, my wife and I have recently entered the world of the Smart Home – our heating is now controlled by Hive (installed professionally by British Gas),… Continue reading Our (Not So) Smart Home
After filming a wedding using my iPhone it was when I got home and started ingesting the footage into Adobe Premiere Pro that the biggest hitch of all occurred!
So, after ditching Windows because I was fed-up with having to troubleshoot issues with my own machines at home, I should have known it would only be a matter of time before I had to do the same with macOS! The Problem My MacBook has had pretty dodgy standby times pretty much since I got… Continue reading A Light Sleeper
It’s been a while since I last posted and, to be honest I see that as a good thing as, for the most part, it means that the MacBook and macOS have just been sitting there letting me get on with life instead of demanding my attention and diverting me from what I’m trying to… Continue reading iPhone Video Pain