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It’s been a busy year. My Twitter feed keeps me informed as news breaks, and I’ve been lucky to have a front row seat to many big stories this month. Here are a few:
- The death of actor Morgan Freeman.
- Teen sensation Justin Bieber’s cancer diagnosis (and encouragement of head shaving in unity).
- The death of pop singer Ke$ha.
- The “remembrance” of Paul Davis/Todd Jones, “The Navy Seal that killed Osama Bin Laden.”
- Sharks swimming in the New York subway system.
- Samsung paying the patent infringement damages to Apple in change.
- The death of Bill Nye
Granted, false information spreading like wildfire throughout all corners of the Internet is not a novel concept nor one that is particularly unique to the fast-paced and constant information stream of Twitter Continue reading
I remember a friend who was working for an independent Apple retailer when Apple made the switch from PPC to Intel. This was back in 2005, and there was a great buzz in the community about how great a change it was.How it might make Apple computers more affordable, how it might increase compatibility and cross-platform opportunities for Mac users, and how it would simply be a much better world with Apple using Intel chips. But there was also a great deal of buzz around existing Macs becoming legacy machines far earlier, that compatibility issues with existing Mac software would arise, and that it would turn Apple into just another run-of-the-mill computer manufacturer. Continue reading