Social Media

Instagram API promo: April 4, 2018

The classic sad tale about social media API.

A new platform launches. The platform needs users and growth. So the platform offers an API for developers to make super-cool apps and services. Why bother developing the innovation in-house when you can have other outside people do it for you? Third-party developers get excited about the API, because it lets developers access the platform’s […]

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Screenshot of Chrome menu bar icons

My 11 essential Chrome menu bar icons

The Chrome menu bar can be a great location for shortcuts. I use my menu bar to get instant notifications of new emails and Linkedin messages. My menu bar also allows me to take the webpage I’m currently viewing and quick check it’s popularity, save an article, and annotate the page. However, your Chrome menu […]

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iPhone 5s on wooden floor

Benefits of having a dinosaur phone

Do you have a dinosaur phone? There might be some benefits to having such an old phone. Battery life. Size. Companies ignoring your old model. All these apply to my iPhone 5s. The battery life is great. I love the smaller size. Apple, apparently doesn’t think this phone exists any more. You know the whole […]

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apps that won't run on Mac OS 10.14

32-bit apps that won’t work on Mac OS 10.14

Apple announced that their next operating system (Mac OS X 10.14) will work only with applications that are 64-bit. Applications built as 32-bit won’t run on 10.14. Flat out. Won’t run. Do you have any 32-bit applications on your computer? MacObserver wrote a nice tutorial on how to see which Mac apps are 32-bit. Here’s […]

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