parislemon: Sometimes you want so badly to say “I told you so!” after months of getting kicked in the ass, that you do so without really looking into what you’re writing about. Or even thinking, really. Such is the predicament Dan Lyons finds himself in today. The artist formerly known as Fake Steve Jobs wrote the following this morning immediately after hearing about Google buying Motorola: Read More Fascinating.
John Doerr and some of the KCPB guys have some good thoughts in a Techcrunch guest post. If Bill Joy says lower power is the key to performance, then lower power is the key to performance. Before hearing what Steve Jobs actually thought the confluence was for his company, I would always have called it the intersection of Hardware and Software. The fact that they are revolutionizing design, software, and hardware all in one with […]
My two favorite comments about the much-anticipated launch are tied to each other, and I’d like to take tonight’s entry to briefly explain why. The first comment is from David Pogue, in his New York Times review of the iPad: “Those are some pretty confident critiques of the iPad — considering that their authors have never even tried it." And then Steve Jobs himself told the audience during his announcement of the iPad: "This is […]