Tag Archives: Steve Jobs

“These are not three separate devices. This is one device! And we are calling it iPhone.”

To mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, Brian McCullough posted a new episode of The Internet History Podcast on the history of the iPhone. It’s a great episode and it’s also a sobering reminder of how primitive, crude and buggy the original iPhone was. It launched on AT&T’s shitty EDGE network (pre 3G), couldn’t […]

Clear Your Mind

Over at The New York Times, Moshe Bar on the benefits of a clear mind: Recently, I discovered how much we overlook, not just about the world, but also about the full potential of our inner life, when our mind is cluttered. In a study published in this month’s Psychological Science, the graduate student Shira […]

Smack Talk

Elon Musk with the smack talk to the German press: In response to claims that Apple is poaching key members of Tesla staff to work on its long-rumoured self-driving car project, Musk joked: “Important engineers? They have hired people we’ve fired. We always jokingly call Apple the Tesla Graveyard.” But just to make sure that […]

Hell Hath Frozen Over

Apple and IBM Forge Global Partnership to Transform Enterprise Mobility Microsoft, you can move forward with those layoffs. Keep up the innovation. [For you kids who didn’t know, that guy in the picture is Steve Jobs, the founder and former CEO of Apple computer. He’s giving IBM a big fuck you.]

Change

“…and this transformation is going to make some people uneasy. People from the PC world, like you and me. It’s going to make us uneasy because the PC has taken us a long ways. It’s brilliant. And we like to talk about the post-PC era but when it really started to happen I think it’s […]