Ita Clare Buttrose AO, OBE (born 17 January ) is an Australian journalist, businesswoman, television personality and author. She was the founding editor of Cleo, a high-circulation magazine aimed at At 21 years of age, Buttrose married architect Alasdair "Mac" Macdonald and had two children. She was appointed. Reliable PDF creation is the key to a successful print run at a commercial printing organization (DanChurchSocial) who are making an internal magazine. To view an issue published from to present, select the cover in this archive. To see issues from to , see the scanned copies in the Google.
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By her own account she had decided on a career in journalism at the age of Her parents divorced during her teens, after 25 years of marriage, and details of her father's private life were printed in the tabloid press, causing considerable anguish to her mother. Buttrose briefly attended a private school but because her father could not afford the fees she was then moved to a public school. Her first byline came in when the year-old covered the Australian tour by Princess Alexandra. She was appointed women's editor of the Telegraph at just 23 years old.
Luckily the design team had already been working on several "dream" concepts, and soon settled on the most feasible of those - the almost "All-in-One" LCD-based design.
To cut down on development time, many off-the-shelf components were used on the new computer's internals. Originally intended as a mainstream product, the marketing group turned it into a pricey special edition. One of the first projects of Jonathan "Jony" Ive , the design of the TAM was both a state-of-the-art futuristic vision of where computing could go whilst redeveloping Apple's original objective to create a device that would integrate into people's lives.
A thick "umbilical" cable connects the base unit to the head unit, supplying both power, and communications for the subwoofer. The umbilical connects via a multi-pin connector, which is a possible cause of the TAM's one major fault - the " speaker buzz ". An Apple Engineer noted  that the thick umbilical was intended to power a higher end CPU, however that option was ultimately curtailed, though the diameter of the umbilical remained.
The trackpad could be detached from the keyboard if desired, with a small leather insert found underneath the keyboard ready to fill the gap. When not required, the keyboard could slide under the TAM's head unit, leaving the trackpad exposed for continued access. The pre-installed operating system was a specialized version of Mac OS 7. All of these options come at the price of the TAM's slim profile.
The back panel must be removed, and replaced with an included "hunchback" cover that adds several inches to the depth of the machine. One last unique feature of the TAM greeted owners when they turned the computer on—a special startup chime used only by the TAM.
This chime does not sound the same when played on other devices, possibly simply due to the design of the Bose speakers. In a statement issued to CNN , Apple said it is "confident" the probe "will confirm all developers have an equal opportunity to succeed in the App Store. App Store , antitrust. Apple today announced it has nearly doubled the number of suppliers that have committed to run their Apple-specific production on percent renewable energy, bringing the total number to Apple now expects to add five gigawatts of renewable energy to its supply chain by , exceeding its goal of four gigawatts in that timeframe.
Apple says that manufacturing makes up 74 percent of its carbon footprint. To address this, Apple and its suppliers have invested in or procured a mix of clean energy technology, including wind and solar. Apple has also further expanded its supplier education and support initiatives. Through this, the company says it has contributed to 40 environmental initiatives around the world, including projects Apple has created to cover its entire electricity load. Apple's Green Bonds also support environmental research and innovation.
Projects include solar rooftops in Japan, an aquifer to conserve water in Oregon, and the creation of a custom alloy made of percent recycled aluminum that is now found in the latest MacBook Air and Mac mini.
A year ago, Apple announced that its global facilities, including retail stores, offices, and data centers, are now powered with percent renewable energy. Foxconn , Apple environment. site has thousands of employees around the world that listen to voice recordings captured in the homes of site Echo owners, reports Bloomberg.
Voice recordings are captured when the Alexa wake word is spoken and then a subset of those recordings are listened to, transcribed, annotated, and added back into the software as part of site's effort to help Alexa better respond to voice commands.
Seven people familiar with site's review process spoke to Bloomberg and revealed some insider details on the program that may be concerning to Echo users. While much of the work has been described as "mundane," employees have sometimes come across more private recordings, such as a woman singing off key in the shower or a child screaming for help.
site employees have internal chat rooms where they share files when help is needed parsing a word or, more concerning, when an "amusing recording" is found. Two workers told Bloomberg that they've heard recordings that are upsetting or potentially criminal, and while site claims to have procedures in place for such occurrences, some employees have been told it's not the company's job to interfere. Sometimes they hear recordings they find upsetting, or possibly criminal.
Two of the workers said they picked up what they believe was a sexual assault. When something like that happens, they may share the experience in the internal chat room as a way of relieving stress. site says it has procedures in place for workers to follow when they hear something distressing, but two Romania-based employees said that, after requesting guidance for such cases, they were told it wasn't site's job to interfere.
Alexa users have the option to disable the use of their voice recordings for improvements to the service, but some may not know that these options exist.
site also does not make it clear that actual people are listening to the recordings. According to Bloomberg , recordings sent to employees who work on Alexa don't include a user's full name or address, but an account number, first name, and the device's serial number are associated with the recording.
In a statement to Bloomberg , site said that an "extremely small" number of Alexa voice recordings are annotated and that there are measures in place to protect user identity. We take the security and privacy of our customers' personal information seriously. We only annotate an extremely small sample of Alexa voice recordings in order [to] improve the customer experience.
For example, this information helps us train our speech recognition and natural language understanding systems, so Alexa can better understand your requests, and ensure the service works well for everyone. We have strict technical and operational safeguards, and have a zero tolerance policy for the abuse of our system.
Employees do not have direct access to information that can identify the person or account as part of this workflow. All information is treated with high confidentiality and we use multi-factor authentication to restrict access, service encryption and audits of our control environment to protect it. It is standard practice to use some recordings for product improvement. Apple has employees who listen to Siri queries to make sure the interpretation of a request lines up with what the person said.
Recordings are stripped of identifiable information, however, and stored for six months with a random identifier. Google too has employees who are able to access audio snippets from Google Assistant for the purpose of improving the product, but Google, like Apple, removes personally identifiable information and also distorts audio. site does not appear to be removing all personally identifiable information, and while the Echo is meant to collect audio only when a wake word is spoken, the employees who spoke to Bloomberg said they often hear audio files that appear to have started recording with no wake word at all.
Alexa users concerned with the data that's being collected and used by site should make sure to enable all privacy features and uncheck the option for letting site save Echo recordings. Additional details on how site uses the voice recordings it collects can be found in the original Bloomberg article. site has provided the following statement to MacRumors as clarification: The device detects the wake word by identifying acoustic patterns that match the wake word.
No audio is stored or sent to the cloud unless the device detects the wake word or Alexa is activated by pressing a button. site , site Echo , Alexa. Apps designed for the Mac often don't receive as much attention as apps made for iOS devices, so we have a series here at MacRumors that's designed to highlight useful and interesting Mac apps that are worth checking out and potentially investing in.
This month's picks include apps for sharing files, organizing web apps, monitoring internet traffic, fixing repeating keys on a broken MacBook keyboard, and quickly pairing your AirPods to your Mac. Many of the apps we're highlighting this month were chosen by our MacRumors forum members.
Essential Mac Apps. Amid a decline of 4. Apple shipped an estimated 3. Apple's market share grew year-over-year though, coming in at 6. Apple also held the number four spot in the year-ago quarter. Lenovo, the number one worldwide PC vendor during the quarter, shipped Dell came in third with close to 10 million PCs shipped and Overall, there were an estimated Apple's U.
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