An eBook by Addy Osmani on everything you could want to know, and then some, about the most efficient ways to serve images in browsers.
This is amazing.
I appreciate that many of these products are probably maintained by somewhat disparate departments, but the lack of consistency in how things such as iCloud synching and cleanup act could probably do with some cohesion.
And Siri’s off-by-6 bug is Hall of Fame–worthy.
Evan Miller on an in his opinion obviously imminent future with big tablets as the form factor of choice for professionals, primarily focussing on the shortcomings of mouse pointers:
The mouse pointer was designed for a 9″ screen, not a 29″ one.
It’s an intriguing argument, especially the serious considerations of styli (cue “They blow it” quote from Steve Jobs). I think there could be something here. (Even if I have historically been swayed by Apple’s arguments about the tiring of arms, the angle at which you can use a Surface Studio should help with that.)