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Apple Computing Gadgets

Siri on the Original Apple Watch (Series 0)

A few days ago I wrote about how I was gradually growing less satisfied with the responsiveness of my Apple Watch with the added bloat of newer systems, especially to the Hey Siri command, which besides actually looking at the watch has been my most commonly used interaction with it. Today I stumbled upon a […]

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Computing Storage VMware

VMware Storage Providers and Certificate issues

While trying to test out vVols in our vSphere 6.5 environment, presented via IBM Spectrum Control Base 3.2 from a StoreWize V9000 SAN, I ran into a small issue that took me a while to figure out: I installed Spectrum Control Base 3.2 and presented its web services via a FQDN. To avoid the nagging […]

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Apple Computing

Musings on the Apple Watch ’Series 0’ in 2018

I bought my Apple Watch pretty much exactly two years ago, after getting a good deal on someone’s returned Christmas gift; a Space Grey 42 mm Aluminum watch. The ”killer feature” for me was the ability to see and even receive phone calls without having the phone directly on hand. The iPhone 5 I had […]