Snow Leopard and .bashrc

It seems that every time Apple goes in to make a new OS release, there are several new and interesting fundamentals that get tweaked out of existence.  The latest one […]

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Alan Kay and the Visionary DynaBook

Alan Kay, computer scientist and futurist, imagined technology coming together in what may be considered the modern-day notebook.  While working at Xeorox Parc, Alan imagined the DynaBook, an affordable personal […]

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Market Segmentation Quantum Mechanics

Oftentimes I have been asked, do you think there is a market for this? Will people want this? The underlying question is not whether or a product has a demand, […]

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Apple iSlate

The net is buzzing with the possible advent of an Apple slate slated to be announced at the end of January. Apple has never satisfied my netbook drive after producing […]

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CES in 3D

The lights dimmed in JVC’s mini theater at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show and the million-dollar projection system kicked into gear. My sight became enfused with a Japanese pagoda set […]

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Streaming Services Solving the Piracy Paradigm

For the last few decades music and media mogels have been fighting the fulling tide of the ease of transfer of digital content. In many accounts they have have taken […]

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Death of Blu-Ray

As the smoke cleared from the high def standards, a clear winner arose: Sony’s Blu-Ray. But the fight for high-definition content is far from over. Even as one new technology […]

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MacMini Media Center Software

HDTVs are so much more interesting when you can open up the vast wealth of internet content that can be played on them.  Combining computing power with TVs makes it […]

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