Notes from my week.Continue reading Weeknotes 05.09–05.15
Every once in a while I’ll have a Day One update from the Mac App Store that absolutely refuses to install. I’ve had to search for the solution frequently enough that I thought it was finally time to write it down.
The fix from Daniel Hedrick requires that you kill the
DOWidgetExtension process in the macOS Activity Monitor app. After that, the Day One update should install like normal. Pretty easy, but super annoying.
Notes from my week.Continue reading Weeknotes 04.04–04.10
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My links for the week.Continue reading Weekly Links 2021.06.26–2021.07.02
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