Apple Support has a nice article on how to use the Home app and HomePod with more than one person:
Nostalgic photo of LEGO “computers”:
Typology of Lego Computers. | Present&Correct
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This page on Apple’s site guides you through cleaning their products without damaging them or voiding the warranty.
Use 1Password to fill and save on your iPhone and iPad
Interesting hack from Viticci: How I Modded the Silicone Tips of AirPods Pro with a Memory Foam Layer – MacStories
The launch of the Disney+ streaming service was heralded by their Star Wars show, The Mandalorian. Since my social media of choice is Twitter, I immediately muted mentions of the show. Still, my friend Jonathan sent me instructions for an ornament of The Child.
Hope you enjoy making this, and may the Force be with you, especially on Life Day!
Today, I created yet another report in Excel. As usual, I had used the Format as a Table command and then filtered out some data. The next step was to count the number of rows that were still visible. I used the formula =SUBTOTAL(3,A2:A144) and had the required information. This website has a good explanation of the process, along with how to count rows that have been manually hidden (instead of filtered).
Helpful article from the developer of 1Password on how to move your saved passwords from Google Chrone to 1Password. Saving passwords in web browsers has been exploited and is not recommended.
In macOS, the Preview app is a little-known powerhouse. In this article, the author details how to create (app/website/etc/) icons from other graphics.