2002 – There are several attitudes toward Mac OS X on the Mac Web. Some have become cheerleaders, strong advocates that everyone abandon the classic Mac OS as quickly as possible and jump on the OS X bandwagon. Some even go so far as to recommend you dump all your Classic Mode software and replace […]
2002: Like .mac, Apple seems to be letting the full potential of the Switch campaign go unrealized. The switchers have definitely made an impression on a large number of people. Ellen Feiss has gone on to become a cult celebrity. Apple’s marketing company has undoubtedly gone out of its way to choose people others can […]
I sometimes wonder if there’s a special place in hell for self-important, small-minded people bent on destroying things they don’t like, understand, or approve of.
2002 – Personal computers fall into a few broad categories: all-in-one, modular, and portable.
Teardown guide for WallStreet PowerBook, third-party USB startup key, new laptop bags, and more.
2002: Wired recently tackled the supposed addiction that Mac users have to their Macs. If you can’t be bothered to read the story, the nutshell idea is that Mac users put up with a lot of crap from Apple that indicates some sort of masochistic tendency (among other things).