Joe Sixpack doesn’t object to DRM because he doesn’t understand what it is. Well, he thinks he knows what it is. Joe watches the news and some of his workmates have PCs, so he’s fully aware that he can download
It Starts In 2006 Unless you belong to the server or the Have Too Much Money niches in the computer market, dual-core processors are a 2006 technology. For the desktop, the story in 2005, good, bad or indifferent, is going
Computing Event of the Year The End of the Era of Speed: The age of the era of unfettered speed increases ended this year, symbolized by Intel’s unannouncement of a 4GHz chip. However, this is not an Intel-only problem. No
Just got this interesting email: While reading about the cMac and the “end of speed era” something struck me. The initial betas of Longhorn seemed rather sluggish and stuffed with useless fancy stuff. Could it be that MS expected the
In a few hours, I’ll be running off to do the Christmas thing with relatives. Unfortunately, the next couple days will have me acting like one of Santa’s elves: an elf on Santa’s bad side. What will I be doing?
Different people can look at the same thing, and come away with much different impressions. Indeed, quite often, people’s impressions of websites are more often a reflection of themselves rather than the website. Here is a simple poll which hopefully