Bryan Chaffin wants the stupid to stop! There has been an unending onslaught of nonsense being written about Apple in the last several weeks, and Bryan rounds up some recent examples and mocks them for the fun of it.
If you enjoy illustrated book then you love the three book Vern Seward points out in this week's Free on iTunes. Illustrated Hans Christian Andersen, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and Leonardo Da Vinci.
In a celebrity culture, Tim Cook has committed the cardinal sin. He's failed to adequately entertain us. The result? Writers who follow Apple have the Rotten Apple Flu and are grousing for bucks.
As one travels around the Internet, one can find many, many articles that are suddenly anti-Apple. It's not that Apple didn't have its detractors before, rather, a new outcropping of negative writing has appeared. John Martellaro looks into why this is happening.
CES is over, and thank goodness. It's a lot of work, but it's an increasingly important show for Apple's ecosystem even though Apple isn't even there. Having had the weekend to think about this year's event, I thought I'd offer my view from 10,000 feet.
There are more ways to get your media out in the public eye and in this week's Free on iTunes, Vern Seward points out 3 that are sure to please. Whip, Tumblr, and Showyou.
As Internet technologies rapidly morph and develop, the human interaction with the Internet has to change as well. At first, that means the adoption of certain technologies. In the early days, it was browsers and email, then personal habits and work strategies, then apps and tablets, and then, perhaps, intelligent agents to help us leverage or interaction with all the software thrown at us. It's already happening.
In my experience the service at the Apple store Genius Bar is always excellent, but there are ways to make it better for you and the Genius. I have included some suggestions, one of which is to not refer to a Genius as "dude."
LAS VEGAS - Samsung's booth in Central Hall at CES is huge. It's pretty cool, too. Lots of stuff, some massive screens, lots of TVs, a bunch of clean white tables holding Samsung gadgets that people can check out. Oh, and lots and lots and lots of people. It was jam packed full of folks on Tuesday, but after checking it out Bryan Chaffin found himself asking, what are these people actually doing?
Making some changes in your life? In this installment of Free on iTunes, Vern Seward points out three iOS tools that may help. Pinterest, Snapguide, and Realtor.
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