Daimler guy on Apple car, Washing Machine, Safari and Twitter links, Default Folder X, invisible base stations,

An Apple Car concept drawing reported on CNET (link includes a video)
An Apple Car concept drawing by Luca Wrede that was reported on CNET (link includes a video)

Daimler CEO says Apple, other Silicon Valley firms ‘can do more’ than anticipated in cars — Silicon Valley tech companies are doing better than anticipated in the automotive realm, said Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche after he and other company executives concluded talks with dozens of firms in the region. “Our impression was that these companies can do more and know more than we had previously assumed. At the same time they have more respect for our achievements than we thought,” Zetsche told Germany’s Welt am Sonntag, according to Reuters. The Daimler team met with roughly 70 companies in all.

Clean up your dirty Mac with Washing Machine — Like your house, your Mac gets dirty and untidy. After a while, it becomes littered with unnecessary files, downloads, even apps. One easy way to clean up your Mac is with Washing Machine.

Apple working to fix Safari’s refusal to open links on Twitter — 
Does Safari just not want to open t.co links on Twitter? Apple knows about the issue and has a fix in the works, an Apple employee recently confirmed.

Default Folder X 5 review: Mac app advances the state of file navigation — Default Folder 5.0.1 isn’t just a rewrite that restores version 4’s features. Rather, it’s a spiffier expanded version with a somewhat crisper interface design that adds features I’d long hoped for. Overall, it’s easier to use, while also having the advantage of not needing to patch OS X while working more robustly within Apple’s limitations. (If you disabled System Integrity Protection, you can now re-enable it with our instructions.).

When AirPort base stations don’t appear over Ethernet
Time to use AirPort Utility — Most people probably never click on the Other Wi-Fi Devices menu in the upper-left corner of the AirPort Utility overview. When you do, it shows other configurable base stations — but also reveals network interfaces if more than one is active.


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