President’s Desk

Hello Everyone,   Happy relaxing of COVID-19 guidances. We are continuing on with the Zoom matings for the coming General Meeting on Wednesday 13th May. Thank you to everyone who provide such reassuring feedback. We’re all delighted that you enjoyed last month’s...

New Members

No new members in April Contents President’s DeskNew MembersFRESHLY SQUEEZED OPED: First World ConundrumZoom Repairs Flaws and Improves PrivacyVideoconferencing Options in the Age of PandemicTipBITS: Stop Getting Finder Windows in TabsLarge Size of Apple’s New...

FRESHLY SQUEEZED OPED: First World Conundrum

FRESHLY SQUEEZED OPED: First World Conundrum By Frank Petrie The lines between tablet, laptop, and desktop machines are becoming increasingly blurred with each passing year. As a result, I‘m having difficulty deciding what direction to take when upgrading my set up. I...

Zoom Repairs Flaws and Improves Privacy

GLENN FLEISHMAN 15 April 202015 comments Zoom Repairs Flaws and Improves Privacy   The Zoom videoconferencing service has faced unprecedented scrutiny amid massive growth, largely from consumer and school users relying on its free service tier. At the beginning of...

Videoconferencing Options in the Age of Pandemic

GLENN FLEISHMAN 2 April 202032 comments Videoconferencing Options in the Age of Pandemic   Videoconferencing is by no means new. Heck, TidBITS has been writing about it since at least 1994 (see “The Flexible FlexCam,” 18 July 1994, in which Adam Engst pondered doing...

TipBITS: Stop Getting Finder Windows in Tabs

ADAM ENGST 24 April 202022 comments TipBITS: Stop Getting Finder Windows in Tabs   When Apple introduced support for tabbed Finder windows in OS X 10.9 Mavericks back in 2013, I enabled the feature on my 13-inch MacBook Air to see how it worked. It seemed like it...