I tuned in for just a few seconds, but had to turn it off. That’s not enough time to make a reasoned judgement about the content of Apple’s latest keynote of course, but I just couldn’t continue watching.
After enough subtle hints, I was happy to unwrap a copy of the Steve Jobs biography at Christmas.
I’ve recently felt frustrated and annoyed as once again friends and colleagues open their wallets and buy the latest product unveiled by Steve Jobs.
I can wait another year before upgrading my iPhone.
As the masses on Twitter congratulate themselves on their latest technology purchase, I feel strangely removed from all the excitement.
Earlier this month I wrote about my love of organisation and systems. One such example is how I name the devices I attach to my Mac.
A comparison between the Apple II (1977) and the iMac (1998).