From what I’ve read, it appears that Apple plans to move away from its glitchy photo manager and into a new app. Apparently the new app wasn’t ready in time for the Yosemite operating system release, so iPhoto had to be tweaked for one last time, to be Yosemite-compatible.
I used the Yosemite version of iPhoto to make the slideshow below … book covers I’ve done with my literary friends, the Colombos. Seems to work properly.
There are still lots of bugs and performance issues.
I am running MacOS X Yosemite sooner than I thought I would, because I am introducing a friend who is new to Macs to the system. We agreed that he may as well learn on the latest system, so I have installed it to learn what’s new.
Before you take the plunge, it would be worth watching this cautionary tale …
I have ordered RAM upgrades for Danica’s laptop and older iMac. They will have 8 and 6 Gigs respectively. So far, 6 Gigs is running Yosemite on my old iMac and performance seems fine, much of the time. It would still be best to wait for version 10.10.1
So, the free OS upgrade isn’t really free, but that’s life as we all know it, n’est ce pas?
Oil companies are overvalued, because most of the world’s reserves cannot be burned. Climate change agreements will see to that. So sayeth the former Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney, now Governor of the Bank of England.
Bad news for our petrodollar, oil-patch government and anti-environment policies.
Fifty years in Canada had no effect on Graham’s identity as a proud Yorkshire Brit. Appropriately, the gathering honoured his English heritage. The best fish and chips I’ve ever had were served, along with fine English cheeses and smoked mackerel. I don’t see how it could have been better.
Danica poses with gifts for Marguerite and Gillian … Union Jack cushion and a box of Yorkshire tea.
Gillian created a slide show of photos of Graham throughout his life, projecting it onto the wall. To make the occasion as memorable as possible, the City ran the Scotiabank Marathon right past the restaurant. The finishing line was just 100 metres from the Gabardine front door.
Yang Lui draws my admiration for the tightness, economy and clarity of this series of info graphics comparing men and women. Colour, composition and proportion are masterful, too.
The “messages” are stereotypical but they are clearly expressed and leap over barriers of spoken language. Or do they? Could we do without the little word cue “self-image”, for example? Would everyone know that the figures are looking in a mirror and not, say, at a sign or a poster?
Gerrard Art Space is a collaboration of artists who were working out of a building at the corner of Woodfield and Gerrard Street East until they decided to move a couple of blocks east to 1475 Gerrard East.[link goes to map]
The old location will become an art pop-up store until its future takes shape. Meanwhile, the new GAS headquarters is taking shape and plans for an opening party are posted in the window. Saturday, October 25th. 8p.m. – 11p.m.