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Apple’s macOS 10.13.4 brings full external GPU support to recent MacBooks

Apple’s latest macOS update is the one we’ve all been waiting for. Available now, version 10.13.4 brings support for external graphics cards (eGPU) first announced last June at WWDC. The update solves one of the biggest disadvantages for Apple’s pro-level users. After increasingly shifting even the highest-end MacBooks more toward the consumer end of the spectrum over the last few years, professional video editors, 3D modelers, or VR developers were stuck with relatively mediocre (and non-upgradeable) GPUs — and only…

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Roof Craft Home Page

New Roof Craft Website that FaultlineWeb designed for us. This website was created as part of our $199 special for a 3-page website template. For more information on this website design and similar websites they created visit www.faultlineweb.com Posted by Faultline Marketing on 2009-08-10 17:22:52 Tagged: , website , template , faultlineweb.com

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Clearly UX/UI

There are some industries that really shine when it comes to web. The way they showcase their products and important user flows are super well crafted. I remember seeing the Warby Parker site and their purchase flow and I was blown away. I wished booking a fly was that cool. The cool thing about that was that it pushed the industry. Now you see others paying more attention and of course spending more of their budget in design, especially UX/UI.…

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SEO Malta – Rank Your Website on First Page

If your website is struggling to get relevant traffic in order to sell or promote your products then you really need to do search engine optimization (SEO). We are experts on SEO Malta. We are one of the best SEO agency Malta has. The process is very simple just visit our website (www.softwarecy.com/seo-malta) and complete the relevant form. Then one of our SEO Malta experts will take a look on your website and inform you exactly what SEO work needs…

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The psychological design tricks websites like Facebook and Amazon use to keep you addicted — Quartz

This is mind control by design. For years, companies have been using questionable user-interface design tactics to steer your behavior online. Broadly known as “dark UX,” these subtle interventions—colors of buttons, size of fonts, the layout of a page—manipulate users to do things they didn’t intend to do, such as subscribe to a service or buy a product, or prevent them from doing something they want to do, like cancel their account. A new video on the popular YouTube series…

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