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  • In a perfect world, the Apple Watch Series 4 could be great. With a few easy settings, a glance at the watch would deliver time, temperature, the dial-in details for your next appointment or many other things that would be helpful. This would be in an ideal world. I don't live in an ideal world. I live in Jersey. (No wisecracks; that's my job.) As such, I have quickly learned to hate my Apple Watch.Much of my fury is caused by missed opportunities. With a few small tweaks, the Apple Watch experience could be one of happiness and efficiency. Fortunately for Apple, I am now going to share those tweaks. Until then, though, I will continue to curse at this buzzy, won't-show-me-what-I-want-except-when-I-don't-want-it, overpriced annoyance.To read this article in full, please click here

  • With G Suite, Google faces an uphill battle against Microsoft’s widely used Office 365 productivity tools. At its Cloud Next conference in San Francisco earlier this month, Google unveiled a number of updates to G Suite, outlining its vision for a collaborative, AI-infused set of apps under the marketing banner “Make it fast. Make it smart. Make it together.”To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)

  • It’s the early ’80s and pilot fish is working at a company with several remote job entry (RJE) stations across the country. It makes it easy to print batch reports tailored to each location.One of the reporting jobs has an abend that causes it to send a dump to one of the RJE sites, and it’s weeks before the programmers notice, because the dump doesn’t print at headquarters. When the abend finally is noticed, the job is quickly fixed. The next day, though, the programmer gets a call from the operator at an RJE, who asks, “Where’s my numbers report?”“What numbers report?” says the puzzled programmer.“Every morning I was getting this big report that had nothing but columns of numbers on it, and now it’s not coming out anymore.”To read this article in full, please click here