Slate’s Weird Air Criticism

Wednesday January 16th 2008, 11:50 am

Paul Boutin on Slate today posted an article criticising the new MacBook Air ultraslim notebook for not having built-in cellular Internet browsing like the iPhone does.

“After using my iPhone for a few months, it started feeling weird that my PowerBook doesn’t have ubiquitous wireless networking,” respected Apple-watcher Jon Gruber blogged Monday. “It just feels […]

What I bought and why I bought it

Saturday June 16th 2007, 1:35 pm

Cross-posted to my livejournal
My stocks have been doing pretty well recently. Most of my buys have been in the technology sector, which is the sector I know the best as professional a Computer Programmer, a sector I follow anyway and understand. Here’s what I bought:
Apple - with the iPhone coming out, this is a no […]

The Unlimited Library and the End of Authorship

Sunday June 25th 2006, 6:36 am

About a month ago Wired’s Kevin Kelly wrote an article for the Times talking about the digitalization of all books and how it may lead to the realization of the dream “to have in one place all knowledge, past and present”.
In today’s Times book review, John Updike’s responds, questioning it would mean for authorship.
In imagining […]

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