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The iconic entrepreneur of the information age is gone. We are all mortal. Steve more so than his peers it seems. But really he had no peer. There are great entrepreneurs all over the place. But Steve was better than … Continue reading
Great article by MG Siegler @ TechCrunch Yesterday, John Gruber wrote that, “Jobs’s greatest creation isn’t any Apple product. It is Apple itself.” I’d like to believe the timing and execution of this resignation is meant to showcase exactly that. … Continue reading
A lady’s dog got hit by a car… According to ABC11, the drivers insurance company offered to pay for one or two trips to the vet, after which the dog would be totaled. The company offered to buy Pinkstaff a … Continue reading
Back in the 1980s and 1990s, tax rates for the rich were far higher, and my percentage rate was in the middle of the pack. According to a theory I sometimes hear, I should have thrown a fit and refused … Continue reading
I’m stoked by video, audio and unreleased music from that era but i’m not stoked when people talk like this and treat their customers like ATM’s. I think someone has lost the plot. Its likely there will be separate reissues … Continue reading
Today is the 67th anniversary of D-Day. Some great color photos from LIFE. Before and After D-Day: In Color – Photo Gallery – LIFE.
Apple isn’t providing video this year so here’s a collection of publications covering it on their sites. “F$&k it, we’ll do it live!” Engadget Boy Genius Report The Loop MacRumorsLive ArsTechnica Apple Insider Mac Daily News Wired Business Insider cnet … Continue reading
This is pretty impressive. One guy doing it all, no instruments. Alaa Wardis A Capella Performances Of Arabic Hits Go Viral In Middle East VIDEO.
I’m not interested in revisiting what happened to get us to this point but I think it’s an important time to look where we are headed. There’s the human toll. More than twice as many Americans — over 6,000 — … Continue reading
Artist Scott Weaver recently unveiled “Rolling Through the Bay,” a toothpick Rube Goldberg machine of the Bay Area. A product of 35 years of work and over 100,000 toothpicks, the piece can be explored via a number of ball runs … Continue reading