Safdar Mirza @ Cloud

 

System Preferences -> Internet Accounts  
Command +Space Search/Spotlight
Command + Option + Escape Kill an App
Command + Delete Delet a file
Command + Shift + 3 Capture full screen
Command + Shift + 4 Capture part of screen
Command + move windows will move window in background
System Preferences -> User & Groups, Login Items Custom app load on start
Command + Q

Quit a window

CMD+Space Find Files
CMD+Option+Esc CTL-ALT-DEL
CMD+Delete
Delete a file/object
CMD+Shift+3
Capture whole Screen
CMD+Shift+4
Captuer part screen
System Preference > Users & Group > Login Items Startup apps
System Preference > Sound > check off "show sound on menu bar"  
System Preference > General > "Automatic show and hide the menu bar"  
System Preference > Mission Control > "Hot Corner"  

 

Finder: 

Command + N :  Will bring another Finder Window

Command + T :  Will bring another Finder Tab on same window

Command + Shift + \ :  Will show all tabs at once 

Some good print fonts - Photoshop

1. Century Gothic:
2. Heattenschweiler
3. Verdana - used by paypal
4. Abril Fatface
5. PT Serif
6. Ubunto
7. Vollkorn

Google is shutting down Google+ following massive data exposure 

 

Following a massive data breach first reported on by The Wall Street Journal, Google announced today that it is shutting down its social network Google+ for consumers. The company finally admitted that Google+ never received the broad adoption or engagement with users that it had hoped for -- according to a blog post, 90 percent of Google+ user sessions last for less than five seconds. In light of these newly revealed security concerns with Google+'s API, the company has opted to put it out of its misery rather than try and make the social network more secure.

The company discovered a bug in one of Google+'s People APIs that allowed apps access to data from Google+ profiles that weren't marked as public. It included static data fields such as name, email, occupation, gender and age. It did not include information from Google+ posts. The bug was patched in March 2018, but Google didn't inform users at that point. "We made Google+ with privacy in mind and therefore keep this API's log data for only two weeks," the company said in a blog post. "That means we cannot confirm which users were impacted by this bug."

However, Google+ will continue as a product for Enterprise users. It's by far the most popular use of the social network. Therefore, the company has made the decision that Google+ is better suited as an internal social network for companies, rather than a consumer product. Google will announce new Enterprise-focused products for Google+ in the near future.

The decision is a part of Project Strobe, which is Google's internal investigation into third-party developer account access to Google and Android products. It takes a close look at security controls, as well as low user engagement that are likely due to privacy concerns. The goal is to identify areas where privacy controls should be tightened.

https://www.engadget.com/2018/10/08/google-shutting-down-google-plus/