I would like a device that simply takes digital audio input and sends it to an AirPlay receiver. How hard can it be?
Instinctively typed “spctl –list” and learned that it’s apparently an undocumented but handy thing, if you’re poking around with spctl often…
Apple Watch unlock on macOS is pretty nice (now that it’s somewhat reliable), but what I’d really like is the reverse: a way to lock the Mac from my watch as I notice an adversary (=my child) is approaching an unlocked computer.
Today I learned that the iOS Shortcuts app can make SSH connection and run remote scripts as part of a workflow, which opens up for a lot of crazy thing. On a related note, the Pythonista share extension is very cool as well.
After software update-induced reboot, macOS these days logs you in automatically but starts up with the screen locked. Is there a way to invoke this behaviour on-demand? fdesetup authrestart is a different thing.
A different kind of 🤯: twitter.com/lenanvinc…
I suppose it’s local Time Machine snapshots, which wouldn’t be a a problem except that Photos keeps saying I don’t have enough disk space to save full resolution copies of my iCloud Photo Library (800 GB or so, but I should have more than enough on my 3 TB drive).
It looks like in Mojave (and maybe later High Sierra releases) the “ps” command can sometimes return an empty process list (and no error message, just the standard header line)… 🤔