Any time I write something critical about Apple the fanboys and girls come out of the woodwork to call me an Apple basher who doesn't have the intelligence to find his way out of a paper sack.As a 20 year Mac user who has 6 Macs in his house running everything from wikis & web servers to entertainment hubs...
Web 2.0 Explorer
Steve Jobs says they want to expand their browser market share.Other's say that it will possibly work as a trojan horse to get people to buy more Macs.
Sell your stock yet?Once the shining pioneer that took Apple's idea of mobile computing and scaled it to fit in your pocket, now the company that can't seem to figure out what they make or who they are.
Not long ago, Sonos asked me if I wanted to participate in a new beta test. I'm always excited to try out something new on my home system but I wasn't sure what else they could add to Sonos that could make my "perfect" music system even better, but I always want to be first on the block to test out what's new.
It is hard to become inspired in the world of web 2.0 these days.
At last nights SFWIN I saw something novel...A web 2.
Dear Steve,Over the past 18 years I've spent close to $200k on Apple products, and I think with a track record like that, I can honestly say that I'm a pretty good customer. I'm someone who not only loves Apple products, but has a tendency to believe in the general strategies of the company.
I'm actually thinking about it.After 7 years as a faithful user, I'm thinking about taking the plunge and severing my bank account from Apple's .
Imagine this scenario...You're CEO of a $16 billion company and you've just given a warm and fuzzy sales pitch to thousands of up and coming Web 2.
In this ubiquitous world of Web 2.0 there is simply no excuse for it...