Can't get enough HFS+ rants from Mr Hypercritical himself? Try adding Linux Torvalds to the mix and you'll get this Google+ thread.
Oh, and also:
"Why case insensitive?"
John Gruber, Daring Fireball:
So many good people clearly loved him.
Iljitsch van Beijnum, Ars Technica:
For 12 years, the mDNSResponder service managed a surprisingly large part of our Mac's networking, and it managed this task well. But as of OS X 10.10, the mDNSResponder has been replaced with discoveryd, which does the same thing. Mostly. Here are some strange networking problems we've observed since installing 10.10.
Jeremy Horwitz, 9to5Mac:
While we’d really like to see zero distortion at the edges of the 2X lens, the circular polarizer works as expected, and the convenient additional front and rear camera support is welcome.
Peter Cohen, iMore:
Of all the tools you can keep in a Mac utility toolbox, one of the most important involves whatever you'll use to recover data from a failing or messed up hard drive. And the tool I always go to first when I'm having drive troubles is Alsoft's DiskWarrior. DiskWarrior 5 is now available, so let's take a look at what's new.
Like its Android counterpart, the iOS version lets you remotely control your computer using your smartphone or tablet.
Jay McGregor, Forbes:
Hong Kong: It’s 7.55 am and I’m up, wide-eyed, staring at my laptop. Before me sits Apple’s iPhone 6 reservation page, which I’m vigorously refreshing. Why? Because reserving an iPhone 6 from the Apple store is the only way you’re going to buy an “official” one in Hong Kong. Almost four months after it was released, it’s still near impossible to buy an iPhone 6 in Hong Kong.
You should probably be asleep. I've created a "Choose You Own Adventure" on Twitter. Start here ➡ @wnd_go Pleasant dreams.— Terence Eden (@edent) January 12, 2015
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