Every waking day I send tons of screenshots from my iPhone to my Mac via AirDrop. And every day I wish that Apple allowed users to customize the AirDrop save location. Not only is the ~/Downloads folder the default save location, but it can’t be modified, not even via undocumented methods.
As a workaround, I use Hazel ($29 w/ free trial) to automate the process of moving images sent via AirDrop to my Desktop. It’s a great workaround that does the job. While it would be nice if Apple allowed you to specify an exact save location, this is probably the next best thing…. Read the rest of this post here
This week’s SHIELD began with a major plot point that was a stretch – that Skye, after one dinner with Cal, was feeling much more daughterly and sympathetic towards him. On a season that has commendably upped the pace, it was one of a couple of times when something actually would have been better off taking a bit longer – just one or two more episodes to show Skye seeing Cal in a new light, to better sell her new perspective.
Still, putting that aside, what followed was a lot of fun. Kyle MacLachlan was all over this episode, which is always a good thing, and his delivery of lines like, “How about next time we grill?!” and “Big overdoer!” was hysterical, even as he showed the manic, dangerous side of Cal always lurking below the surface – one he’d later unleash on those Hydra agents.
Metal Gear Online was first showcased back in December last year during The Game Awards. The initial gameplay footage teases a tactical multiplayer experience with a significant smattering of MGS’s endearingly absurd flavour.
Spoiler warning for the entire first season of Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix…
Most everyone who’s finished watching all 13 episodes of the incredibly layered and thrilling Marvel’s Daredevil — which was just renewed for Season 2 — comes out the other side praising the show’s use/portrayal of Wilson Fisk – AKA The Kingpin. Along with, naturally, actor Vincent D’Onofrio’s large-yet-vulnerable performance.
The Man Without Fear is coming back for a second season. Netflix and Marvel have announced that Marvel’s Daredevil has been renewed for Season 2, which will debut in 2016.
However, in a notable change up, the series will have new showrunners. Steven S. DeKnight, who was showrunner for the first season, will not be returning, with Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez now running Daredevil together. Both wrote for the first season of Daredevil, with Ramirez previously writing for Sons of Anarchy and Petrie another alum of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, along with DeKnight and Daredevil executive producer Drew Goddard.