I have been an Apple customer for about two decades. I have owned most of their notebooks and loved even their most quirky machines. I loved the Cube. I adored the table lamp style iMac. I love the Powerbook Duo. The first MacBook was all I could think about when in the intensive care unit, … Continue reading Where did Mac’s Resale Value Go
My 2c on the iPad vs Mac debate
Two of my favorite writers, John Gruber and Ben Brooks are weighing in on the Mac vs iPad debate. It is a highly debated topic, especially in light of the slower release of Mac computers, relatively feeble upgrades of the new machines and the growing oomph of the iPad, especially the iPad Pros. Continue reading “My 2c on the iPad vs Mac debate”
Importance of a tagline
In a recent article, Adweek proclaimed that taglines are dead. Steven Milunovich, UBS technology analyst and a veteran of Wall Street (I met him around the same time I met Bill Gurley) disagrees and in a note to his clients this morning he defended and outlined the importance of tag lines. It is just such a wonderful essay, that I felt compelled to share bits of wisdom, especially useful for startups and founders who try to stand out in this sea of competition.
Did you know: even mac’s have a blue screen of death
Yesterday, my month old Macbook Pro died a horrible death – the dreaded blue screen that has plagued the Windows world for a long time reared up its ugly head on a Mac. That means I am essentially setting up my entire workspace all over again on a new machine today. Continue reading Did you know: even mac’s have a blue screen of death