May 31, 2001
If you’re as persnickety about the accuracy of the terminology used while describing dead computing platforms as I am, then you’ll appreciate the effort that I put into this. Presenting the almost definitive guide to Newton-related terms and definitions: The Newton Glossary A heaping helping of praise and thanks to Victor and Paul for lending … Read the rest of this item
May 30, 2001
I just can’t seem to stop typing “United States” as “Untied States” today.
May 29, 2001
Opera for Macintosh went beta today. Rejoice.
Recently observed. A guy pulling the siding off the house across the street, presumably hired to do so, looking like a cross between a shirtless, singular Doobie Brother and a sweaty Kai Krause with slightly less feathering. Remarkable.
May 28, 2001
After thinking about it last night, I realized that my previous post wouldn’t be completely fair and honest without presenting the consummate set of factual evidence. So, for your perusal, here are the lyrics to the Red Rider song, Lunatic Fringe. Once again, Microsoft has proven their ability to chose theme songs for their software … Read the rest of this item
May 26, 2001
Has anyone else seen the new ad for Microsoft Office XP? If I could find it online, I’d point it out. It’s the one where some corporate casual day leftover is motoring around what appears to be the Bonneville Salt Flats like a .bat file out of hell. The ad uses a fairly standard repertoire … Read the rest of this item
May 25, 2001
Telefunken. Say it and smile.
A simple case of beginner’s luck or unencumbered prodigiousness? Whatever the final determination may be, the fact is I just got whomped by my six year old daughter playing backgammon. Damn, she picks up on stuff fast. And now that her reading skills are getting up to speed, I had better keep watch over my … Read the rest of this item
May 24, 2001
Imagine of you will, a van full of cedar lumber salvaged from a neighbor’s tired, but still solid enough to stand on its own, back yard fence. Then add to that image, a freshly adjusted table saw with a brand new carbide-tipped ripping blade. Think of the possibilities in a physical world of pure, tactile … Read the rest of this item