Recent Articles By John Kheit [RSS]
If you love the constitution, the right to privacy, and America, you should support Apple against the government's push to destroy your civil liberties. Three tried and true Constitutional arguments against eroding our civil liberties apply to this case just as they have to many other civil liberty struggles of the past. John Kheit explains.
Quartz reporter Joon Ian Wong wrote an article where he appears to conflate Apple’s showing its source code to China as somehow being the same thing as putting in a backdoor.
John Kheit thinks that Silicon Valley has allowed itself to become SoDoSoPaized. Nothing else can explain the unbearable, total non-thinking, incessant, goose-step mimicry of Apple, and he wants it to stop.
John Kheit thinks Apple's "new" Mac Pro is a joke, and it's not just because calling a, once again, forgotten and near abandoned 2013 model 'new' in late 2015 is the kind of air-quote irony loved by techno hipsters. He thinks Apple screwed the pooch and needs to fix it.
Remember desk accessories? Before there was multitasking on the Mac way way back—30 years ago—we had desk accessories. Cute little calculators, puzzles, scrapbooks and other neat-o do-dads! They were great. So why hasn't Apple considered letting users run iPad/iPhone apps on the Mac in their own windows akin to the desk accessories of yore?
Much of the mainstream tech press was critical of the iPhone 4S when it was announced, and John Kheit argues that they got it wrong. From the physical properties to Siri, John believes that this device will be a huge success.
With the news that Steve Jobs is stepping down as CEO, it seemed a good time to look back at the many innovations that the man has been a part of since he first rose to prominence with the founding of Apple Inc. John Kheit counts 16 revolutionary products and services, which works out to not quite one every other year. [Update: Added Desktop Publishing/LaserWriter to the list.]
Steve Jobs should step down as CEO and quit. It would be the best thing he could do for himself and Apple. The mentally challenged tech press, pundits and analysts covering Apple are going to give him and Apple no peace, and most every single article regarding the company and its CEO, from here on out, will harp on, allude to, and/or call into question his health...