Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

My last couple of blogs seem to have avoided nerdy technical concepts, so I think it’s time to geek out with some tech talk. What follows is an edited excerpt from some comments I was asked to make on a “how-to” document being produced by the British Library’s Endangered Archives Project. They had produced a […]

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve undoubtedly heard about Apple’s official announcement last week of the Apple Watch, a product that was revealed months ago and won’t be available for purchase until late April. As with most Apple product introductions, the tech press and blogosphere are abuzz about the latest Shiny Object from […]

Dancing Fools


or, How Not to Sell Tablet Computers Microsoft has always seemed to me to have a bit of an inferiority complex when it came to comparisons to their arch-rival Apple. Mostly this was more in terms of style rather than substance; for most of the last 30 years, Microsoft was the larger and more successful […]