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July 8, 2012 by

Did Apple kill the adverb?

After a long holiday weekend spent watching various reality television shows, it's clear that the adverbial form in American English is in Zombieland. Gone. Missing in action. And it's likely that Apple's famous The Crazy Ones campaign helped put the nail in the coffin.

August 25, 2011 by

An Apple without its core

Apple as an innovator without Steve Jobs is Apple unknown. Like any empire without its Caesar, what the next Apple will be depends on which of the factions within gains control

July 27, 2011 by

Guest review: Lion = Magic

On a gut level, Lion evokes some of the same feelings my original Macintosh did back in 1984. The first Bondi blue iMac struck me this way as did the first iPod, iPhone and iPad. A guest blog by Bob Snow

November 3, 2009 by

Apple should cut Mac prices 25 percent

If Apple lowered its prices, its incredibly strong product lineup could grab some serious market even with the advent of a formidable Windows 7. Current pricing for me turned a MacBook Pro into the MacBook No. Or MacBook not yet.

February 24, 2009 by

Happy Birthday, Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs is 54. For newcomers to the Mac and the growing list of Apple hardware and software platforms, I would offer a brief recollection of Steve Jobs about 10 years ago. I saw him in the lobby of a large San Francisco hotel in the afternoon following his 1999 Macworld Expo keynote address.


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