I was just reading some humour on a Disqus enabled site tonight when I noticed some of my previous Disqus comments had a got a few likes.
Because I’m a terrible egotist, I thought I might investigate and enjoyed reminiscing on old comments I’d written. Continue reading
I don’t often pay any deference to Paul Thurrott. I usually just wait until John Gruber or someone more humourous than I makes the jokes. It’s usually far too easy after all.
Last weeks Short Takes from that expert on all things Windows takes the biscuit though, and I Continue reading
Just read on the OpenAustralia Foundation Blog that the Open Australia site – viz. Hansard for all of us – is blocked by Australian Customs IT Policy.
Of course IT departments have the right to set rules of access within organisations. But the killer is Continue reading
Just read a couple of very interesting articles about the recent “Froyo” or Android 2.2 updates for the HTC desire in Australia. An example of which is Continue reading
When the iPad was released I wrote a post which turned on it likely cannibalising iPhone sales. To date this hasn’t been shown to be true. With the upgrade of the MacBook Air this week, many are considering the same with regards to that product versus the iPad. For example, over on Asymco, Horace Dediu has written another interesting article on this topic today.
While Continue reading
This has been reported across the web since first reported on MacForums today. Continue reading