A friend recently asked me what I thought of this video, so here it is…
I chalk this up under ‘sensationalist’ journalism… purposefully controversial and/or misleading, for the sake of getting eyeballs. And there is absolutely nothing new here. Mentioning Win8 as ‘the biggest hype since the Zune’ is obviously wrong and poking fun. So […]
Since joining Google in 2010, we have been creating editing magic in Google products while continuing to keep Picnik awesome. But now we get to focus on even awesomer things. Picnik will be closing on April 19, 2012.
Oh, bummer! I always thought Picnik was so cool, and even used it from time to time […]
Ah, shucks. You mean the fractioned Android ecosystem is causing anxst for the developer community? So, they don’t like iOS’s walled garden, but they don’t like Androids scattered free-for-all either?
“…over 50 percent of developers questioned “view fragmentation”—the disparity in software versions across device manufacturers and handsets—to be a “meaningful or serious” problem. Developers […]
Apparently this writer is not very good at doing his research, since he nudges out SkyDrive in favor of Dropbox because of DropBox’s ability to do PC to PC Sync. Well, if he’d looked a little harder, he would have discovered that SkyDrive’s companion, Windows Live Mesh, does exactly the same thing. Plus […]
This is not the kind of issue and publicity MS needs for the Windows Phone. Already behind the competition, MS AND it’s partners need to execute flawlessly. Public perception is incredibly important when it comes to establishing Windows Phone as a credible competitor.
At least MS is being up front and acknowledging the […]
A snazzy, eye catching headline for sure, but this article is full of a bunch of sensationalist quotes.
Open Source software has been around since the dawn of the computer age, and I surely see no evidence that it’s destroyed wealth. In fact, quite the contrary. Good open source solutions build wealth by […]
Should we care what BrandFinance declares? And there claim that this is a ‘world’ view? I think it’s BS. Many of the brands listed a barely a peep from a world wide perspective. And what claim on value does this have? Little to none in my opinion.
According to BrandFinance’s latest annual ranking, Google has […]
All of a sudden my iPhone is ignoring the 22GB of media residing on it. When the iPod app is started I’m greeted with a message saying “No Content – You can download music from iTunes”.
Unfortunately this wasn’t remedied by the ever necessary power cycle, so I may need to make a trip to […]
Unpredictable Dvorak. Another fun Microsoft bashing article. The accusation that “Microsoft is just lazy, careless, and not at all detail-oriented anymore” is a sign that he’s just not paying attention.
Quoted: For all of the fanfare surrounding the new OS, Win 7 is really just a Vista martini. The operating system may have two […]
I’m supposed to get 6 Mb/s download speed. Yeah, perhaps at 3am when nobody on the west coast is using their computer. But at 10pm, I get .52 Mb/s? That’s nuts.
This speed is less that half of the global average. Perhaps I should dust off an old dial-up modem… I might just […]
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