Tag Archives: Macintosh

How to solve the Mac OS/X “stub file and library file out of sync” problem

UPDATE: Multiple people have reported in the comments that the recent update to MacOS 10.13.6 has produced the same issue for them, and that the procedure below has not addressed it this time. However, this OS update didn’t leave my … Continue reading

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State-of-the-Art Computer Folklore (part 5)

This is part 5 in my series of how the Mac reminded me why I fell in love with software development, and why it still matters. While reading Andy Hertzfeld’s anecdotes (and those of his colleagues) of designing the original … Continue reading

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State-of-the-Art Computer Folklore (part 4)

This is part 4 in my series of how the Mac reminded me why I fell in love with software development, and why it still matters. While reading Andy Hertzfeld’s anecdotes (and those of his colleagues) of designing the original … Continue reading

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State-of-the-Art Computer Folklore (part 3)

This is part 3 in my series of how the Mac reminded me why I fell in love with software development, and why it still matters. While reading Andy Hertzfeld’s anecdotes (and those of his colleagues) of designing the original … Continue reading

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State-of-the-Art Computer Folklore (part 2)

This is part 2 in my series of how the Mac reminded me why I fell in love with software development, and why it still matters. While reading Andy Hertzfeld’s anecdotes (and those of his colleagues) of designing the original … Continue reading

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State-of-the-Art Computer Folklore

A couple weeks ago, I was reading through Andy Hertzfeld’s anecdotes at FolkLore.org, about how he and his colleagues developed the original Macintosh. These stories brought me back, first to nostalgic times, then to a nostalgic purpose. I remembered all … Continue reading

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