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Flexing His Power

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

Brent Simmons makes the case for power of software as a more admirable quality than flexibility: It may go against the grain a little bit, but I’ll say it: I’m incredibly excited for the future of Mac software. I don’t expect we’ll make software that looks and feels like iOS apps (we shouldn’t), but I […]

Say Yes

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

Derek Sivers captures the human side of business and just about everything else on his life-lessony blog. His latest, My Loss, reminds us that even successful entrepreneurs have gone through the wringer more than once, and have made their share of mistakes. I especially like the “moral” of this latest post: Say “no” where you […]

Pain Is A Gift

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Fans of Apple’s iPhone and iPad platforms should be thrilled by the exciting news coming out of Google last week. At the company’s I/O conference they announced Android 2.2, or “Froyo,” a significant update to their mobile phone OS. The open platform powers many of the iPhone’s most viable competitors, including the Verizon Droid, and […]

iPads In The Wild

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

In John Gruber’s excellent analysis of the Gizmodo iPhone theft, he touches on something obvious in retrospect: that prototype iPhones have to leave Apple campus sometime before they are available to the public, because it’s impossible to thoroughly test a phone without moving it around in the real world. You have to know how it […]