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20 Apr 19
[DOOR FLIES OPEN]

It’s 4/20 this weekend, and this shit is being played live withing listening distance of my house: As has been established, I’m a drinker, not a toker, so, I’ve fucked off to my brother’s in Seattle, with the good scotch. Hope y’all are having a good long weekend. Tonight’s sports: NHL: Jets at Blues – […]

20 Apr 19
Tales of Adequacy!

It’s Saturday, and on Monday I go back to work. It has been a good week off, so much so that Chibi Teferi needs that stern look and a point at his watch to get me back on the proverbial track, as it were. I’m actually thinking out some of the things that need to […]

20 Apr 19
9to5Mac
In this week’s top stories: New features coming with iOS 13 and macOS 10.15, Apple settles with Qualcomm, AirPlay 2 expands to new third-party speakers, and more. Read on for all of hits week’s biggest news. 9to5Mac exclusively reported a slew of details about iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 this week. iOS 13 will gain Dark Mode, detachable panels, Safari and Mail upgrades, and much more. Apple is also planning to revamp Find My Friends and Find My iPhone, unifying the two in a single application. The company is also developing a Tile-like personal Item tracker. As for macOS 10.15, we reported that Apple is planning a Luna Display-like desktop extension feature that will allow users to send any window of an app to an external display. That external display would be an actual display, or an iPad. Apple is also planning to expand the Apple Watch authentication features in macOS, as well as bring iOS features like Screen Time and Siri Shortcuts to the Mac. Also this week, Apple and Qualcomm came to a surprise settlement just as their trial was kicking off in a San Diego federal court. As part of the deal, Apple will pay Qualcomm a one-time settlement payment. The two have also reached a six-year license agreement, as well as a multi-year chipset supply agreement. A pair of speaker makers this week announced the availability of AirPlay 2 features. Yamaha detailed its AirPlay roll out plans, revealing the full list of speakers, receivers, and more that will add AirPlay 2 support starting this month. Meanwhile, Bose also started rolling out AirPlay 2 support to three of its speakers and sound bars. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo issued a new investor note this week in which he offered additional detail on the 2019 iPhone cameras. According to the report, the 2019 iPhones will use a new 12MP ultra-wide front-facing camera that is “inconspicuous” thanks to a new coating. Lastly, a supply chain report suggested that Apple will launch a new 4.7-inch iPhone in March of next year with a design similar to the iPhone 8. This device would be a low-priced alternative to the flagship iPhones, and pack a single-lens camera and other base features. These and the rest of this week’s top stories below. iOS | macOS | tvOS | watchOS | iOS 13: Dark Mode, detachable panels, Safari and Mail upgrades, undo gesture, volume HUD, more Apple revamping Find My Friends & Find My iPhone in unified app, developing Tile-like personal item tracking 2018 MacBook Air gets brighter display with macOS 10.14.4 iPhone | iPhone 11 performance predictions: Faster than most thin laptops, and strong AI focus iPhone XR best-selling smartphone in the UK, but Samsung #1 brand across Europe Kuo: Apple upgrading front camera in 2019 iPhones to 12 megapixels, ultra-wide lens ‘inconspicuous’ thanks to new coating Supply chain report suggests Apple will launch a new 4.7-inch iPhone in March 2020, similar to iPhone 8 design Mac + iPad | Apple planning Luna Display-like desktop extension feature for macOS 10.15, codenamed ‘Sidecar’ Siri Shortcuts, Screen Time, and other iOS features coming to the Mac with 10.15 iPad Pro Diary: The 12.9-inch model has cured my Kindle Paperwhite envy Apple warns iPad Pro users of bizarre interference issue between Apple Pencil and car key fobs Everything we know about Apple’s 31.6-inch 6K mini-LED display PSA: Unshaky is a simple Mac utility that solves most MacBook keyboard problems Apple highlights iPad Pro power and portability in fun new ad and how-to videos Apple v Qualcomm | Apple and Qualcomm reach settlement in patent royalty battle, agree to drop all litigation Following Apple’s deal with Qualcomm, Intel says it is exiting the 5G smartphone modem business Opinion: Here’s what likely happened between Apple, Qualcomm and Intel Court documents show Apple purposefully bought pools of cheap patents to help make Qualcomm’s royalty demands appear overpriced UBS analyst: Apple paid $6 billion, agreed to higher royalty per iPhone to end Qualcomm battle Experts explain why development of an Apple 5G chip will take years Report: Apple to use Qualcomm’s 5G modems starting with the 2020 iPhones Top Apple stories, retail | Apple Stores will celebrate Earth Day by using creativity to imagine a better world Mall in Columbia Apple Store expansion planned; upgrades coming to Scottsdale Quarter and more Photos: Galleria Dallas Apple Store celebrates grand opening Photos: Saying farewell to the third oldest Apple Store in the world Deirdre O’Brien joins Instagram to share photos from global Apple Store tour 5th Ave Apple Store reportedly dealing with bed bugs, causing concern for customers and staff Apple Watch | Apple Watch authentication expanding beyond unlocking your Mac in macOS 10.15 Apple Watch Diary: Six things I already miss about my Apple Watch after just one day without it Apple Watch fall detection sent emergency services to the aid of an 80-year-old woman Apple Watch Series 4, band variety, and the history of gold AirPods + Apple TV + HomePod | Beats promotes upcoming Powerbeats Pro totally wireless earphones in action-packed athlete teaser Apple shares Mother’s Day 2019 gift guide including AirPods 2, iPhone cases, more AirPods gaining new competition with upcoming truly wireless earbuds from Libratone and Microsoft ToothFairy app for AirPods control on Mac updated with new icons and more ahead of Powerbeats Pro Apps | ‘Clicker’ is a unique Netflix app for Mac with Touch Bar controls, customization tools, more Apple reportedly spending $500 million to fund development of 100+ games for its Apple Arcade subscription service Apple Music upgrading ‘For You’ based on themes, feature updated throughout the day with totally unique recommendations AirPlay 2 | Bose rolling out AirPlay 2 support to three of its smart speakers and sound bars Yamaha says AirPlay 2 is coming to these speakers, receivers, and more starting this month Alexa now works with Apple Music on Sonos, bringing Siri-like voice control Top Apple stories, company | Apple will help fund the rebuilding of Notre-Dame de Paris, says Tim Cook Tim Cook biography out today, though perhaps with only one revealing section Subscribe to 9to5Mac’s YouTube channel for more videos. This week’s top videos | Review: Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Pro Dock – yet another option for adding I/O to your Mac [Video] Logitech Slim Folio Pro review – bulky, but great for typists [Video] 9to5Mac Deal of the Month | This month we’ve teamed up with Withings for 9to5Mac’s Deal of the Month to offer a special discount on its sleek Wi-Fi smart scale for a limited time. The Body+ scale works with the Withings Health Mate app on your iPhone and Apple Watch to automatically sync readings for not just weight, but also body fat, water percentage, muscle and bone mass and more directly to Apple’s Health app. Get 20% off Withings Body+ Smart Scale at the company’s website or Amazon (Reg. $99) Happy Hour Podcast #221 | This week Benjamin and Zac discuss 9to5Mac’s scoops on iOS 13’s dark mode, multiple window apps and panels, redesigned volume HUD, macOS 10.15’s project sidecar, Apple’s possible plans to unify Find My Friends and iPhone, potential hardware tracker accessories, Apple’s settlement with Qualcomm and what it means for 5G iPhones, and much more. 9to5Mac Happy Hour is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play Music, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2019/04/9to5Mac-Happy-Hour-04-18-2019.mp3 Stacktrace Podcast #032 | We’ve got an ice cream truck full of scoops! A huge episode packed full of exclusive reports on iOS 13, how the iPad might be able to act as an external display for the Mac, a new Find my Friends/iPhone app, and the long-awaited breakup of iTunes. Also, a months late review of the Apple Watch Series 4. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2019/04/kNoaXqqXTY_StacktraceEp32.mp3 Making The Grade | Making The Grade is a weekly series from Bradley Chambers covering Apple in education. Bradley has been managing Apple devices in an education environment since 2009. Through his experience deploying and managing 100s of Macs and 100s of iPads, Bradley will highlight ways in which Apple’s products work at scale, stories from the trenches of IT management, and ways Apple could improve its products for students. A look back at the LAUSD iPad hacking scandal The next age of enterprise computing is cloud-first Use cases for G-Suite login integration on macOS The 9.7-inch iPad didn’t get updated, but schools should keep buying it Apple Configurator 1.0 set the groundwork for modern iOS management Subscribe to get all 9to5Mac’s stories delivered to your inbox daily. And to 9to5Toys for the best deals from around the web.
20 Apr 19
Dream Activator

platform – site / sell stuff / do shoots /   When the myth of creativity and self-determination permeates all spheres, what is the artist to do? Can an individual still make a difference, when formerly stable ideas of the public and of history are no longer in place? when the work dissolv does artistic […]

20 Apr 19
Tour Masoala

DAY 1 : ANTANANARIVO —- MAROANTSETRA —-NOSY MANGABE NATIONAL PARK After your arrival by flight from MD …. to Maroantsetra airport  your guide and taxi-driver are ready to pic-up you at your welcoming to airport . Take all pack get to taxi drive to harbord of boat to town Maroantsetra 15 – 25 mn  . […]

20 Apr 19
Antoniesworld

As I love my body cardio from #withings, and I simply like to explore my body, mind & soul it is a challenge to find out if I can become YIN to the max, what the relation is with BMI, BELLY FAT & WAIST%. So I created a new user for me as militair called […]

20 Apr 19
Katophrane Relic

The Ylthari’s Guardians Expansion was provided for review by Games Workshop Ltd. I’d like to take a moment to thank the entire team for affording us the opportunity to review these Aelves! Ylthari’s Guardians Backstory Ylthari and her Guardians grew from a soulpod grove in the Jade Embassy, which long ago stood on the verdant […]

20 Apr 19
HOME of WELLNESS

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20 Apr 19
Rich Copley Blog

Find a Withings scale here and save 20% with coupon code LON20 – http://lon.tv/withings – Last year I talked about how I lost 40 pounds and how I managed to keep the weight off with technology. This year’s update has me at around the same weight but I need to make a few changes. See […]

20 Apr 19
The Compost Bin

the problem with social media is that it has made us increasingly complacent about what is happening in the world and in our own lives. the show used to be on a stage. then on a film projection. then on screens – and along came reality TV. and now all our own lives have become […]

19 Apr 19
alkaplan

In 2017 I had the pleasure of visiting Notre Dame Cathedral. These are a few of the photos I took from the outside. These were taken from a little cafe across from the Cathedral. While we ate, some gray clouds swung by, but passed withing a few moments.  The interior was stunning, but I felt […]

19 Apr 19
Business Web

Best answer: The Withings Move does not have a built-in altimeter. Instead, you’ll need to have your smartphone with you to get altitude data for your workouts and to get that data while wearing the Move. If you want a standalone device with an altimeter, check out the Fitbit Charge 3. If you want an […]

19 Apr 19
9to5Mac
New Apple AirPods, Apple Watch Series 3, and MacBook Pros are all on sale in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break. Head below for more. New Apple AirPods see price drop again The latest Apple AirPods have been a hit so far, and are already a #1 best-seller at Amazon. We loved them in our hands-on review and now they are on sale again at Costco. You can grab the non-wireless charging version for $140. While the Qi-enabled bundle isn’t on sale, the case alone is marked down to $70. You will need a Costco membership to cash in on this offer, and delivery fees do apply if local in-store stock isn’t available. If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable, consider the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air, which are nearly 50% less. Check out our full review here. Apple Watch Series 3 returns to $199 Everyone’s favorite Apple Watch deal is back! You can grab Series 3 models from $199 in various finishes at both Amazon and Walmart. The larger 42mm size goes for $229. That’s good for $80 off in both instances and a match of the best we’ve seen in recent months. Be sure to put your savings to work and grab a third-party band from $5 in our roundup as well. Best Buy offers stellar deals on latest MacBook Pro Best Buy is running a new promotion today, taking up to $500 off the latest MacBook Pro models from Apple. However, you can leverage student deals to save an extra $100 off, which brings prices down as low as $1,300. That delivers some of the best prices we’ve seen to date. Check out the entire inventory of both 13- and 15-inch configurations right here. Grab an iPhone X or 7/8/Plus case for just $4 Looking to mix the style up on your iPhone? Right now you can pick up a new case your iPhone X or 7/8/Plus starting at just $4. That’s as much as 60% off the usual price tag. There are a variety of styles in the sale, meaning that there are plenty of different ways to wrap your Apple handset. Rare discounts on Nanoleaf Smart Lighting Nanoleaf’s stellar smart lighting panels are not often discounted, and that trend has continued throughout 2019. Today, Home Depot is offering notable savings on both the Canvas and Rhythm Smart Kits from $180. With HomeKit support baked in, you’ll be able to command these lights with Siri to easily call up your favorite commands and paint your wall with color. 9to5Mac’s Deal of the Month Get 20% off Withings Body+ Wi-Fi Smart Scale at the company’s website or Amazon for $79 (Reg. $99) as our 9to5Mac Deal of the Month. Subscribe to the 9to5Toys YouTube Channel for all of the latest videos, reviews and more!
19 Apr 19
MENADEL PSICOLOGÍA Clínica y Transpersonal Tradicional (Pneumatología)

As I wrote in the introduction to my previous but one article, Is it possible to have a ‘direct but temporary experience of the self’ or to watch the disappearance of the I-thought?, in which I adapted a reply that I had written to a friend who had asked about a portion from 13.31 to […]

19 Apr 19
Metro
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler has issued a subpoena to obtain the full, unredacted Mueller report. Nadler has asked for the Department of Justice (DOJ) to comply with the subpoena, which is a request to produce evidence under a penalty for failure, by May 1. The request asks for grand jury evidence, which is normally secret and was blacked out in the report, and will likely spark a legal battle over whether the material should be released. The report that examines whether or not Donald Trump obstructed justice may be released in its unredacted form after a subpoena from House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (Picture: AP) This morning, @HouseJudiciary has issued a subpoena to the Department of Justice for the full the Mueller report and the underlying materials. DOJ is required to comply with that subpoena by May 1. pic.twitter.com/nzu9O5CC36 — (((Rep. Nadler))) (@RepJerryNadler) April 19, 2019 ‘I am open to working with the Department to reach a reasonable accomodation for access to these materials,’ Nadler wrote. ‘However I cannot accent any proposal which leaves most of Congress in the dark, as they grapple with their duties of legislation, oversight, and constitutional accountability.’ [metro-zone-post-thumbnail-link] He continued: ‘the redaction appear to be significant. We have so far seen none of the actual evidence that the Special Counsel developed to make this case.’ Nadler teased the subpoena on ‘Good Morning America’ on Friday, saying that he expected to issue the legal inquiry withing ‘a couple hours.’ The request comes one day after the redacted report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller was released, which failed to prosecute Donald Trump on obstruction of justice, but did not exonerate the president. Former FBI Director and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report did not prosecute Trump on obstruction of justice charges, but it did not exonerate him (Picture: AP) ‘If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state,’ the report said. ‘However, we are unable to reach that judgment. The evidence we obtained about the President’s actions and intent presents difficult issues that prevent us from conclusively determining that no criminal conduct occurred.’ [metro-zone-post-thumbnail-link] The May 1 deadline is the same day that Acting US Attorney William Barr is expected to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and one day before he is scheduled to testify before the House. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a statement with Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday saying : As we continue to review the (Mueller) report, one thing is clear: Attorney General Barr presented a conclusion that the president did not obstruct justice while Mueller’s report appears to undercut that finding.’ The report revealed at least ten instances of potential obstruction, from Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey to his attempts to stop Mueller’s investigation. Many times, Trump seemed to be restrained only by the aides he surrounded himself with.
19 Apr 19
Rono's Caf'e

Review index If you’re one of the millions of people that begin the new year with the goal to exercise more, you might need some help maintaining that motivation beyond the first week of January. Besides having friends that will drag you to the gym, another way to keep yourself in check is by using […]