wab95: Your title suggestion does fit the article better, Alas, I fear such a title would have garnered roughly 2 page views. ::cough::
spaceboy949: You have misread the article and its advice.
geoduck: Barometric elevation, GPS, the sky, lat/long, time ... all fit into the realm of weather, flight, navigation, geodetics, astronomy, etc.
James: I have noticed no change in El Cap. If you’re referring to technique #2, Option key (first) + Right-click on the Finder icon in the dock still brings up the “Relaunch” option from the popup.
mrboba1: I agree with you. Not only is the technology splintered, but the content is splintered. One has to look around to find stuff that appeals and is really good.. In my case, it's Longmire on Netflix, Madam Secretary & NCIS on CBS, Murdoch Mysteries (early seasons) and Foyle's War on Netflix.
ctopher: You did indeed answer your own question. I mentioned Samsung's MST in a recent Particle Debris column, page 2. http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/os-x-security-is-a-lot-better-than-you-thought However, because of the eventual demise of the magnetic stripe reader, MST, which is not part of the EMV security initiative, is jus a temporary kludge.
mrboba1: As Mr. Bajarin implied, sometimes the essence of the ethical argument isn't fully explored until one posits an over-the-top scenario.
Graham, Indeed! I reviewed Sun Seeker and loved it. But the article was getting very long and technical, and I just didn’t have any more space to go into finer details. Everyone: check it out. http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/review/follow-the-sun-with-the-fabulous-sun-seeker-for-ios
geoduck: I've never seen a good explanation for that - other than some vague notion about how the location data in the Wi-Fi- iPad isn't as good. But still... Anyone?
furbies: We'll see how it goes.