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by Walter Blum

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33 | 17.8.2012 | 1 year ago


We like to make analogies to Apple in tech blogging circles, so here goes: this is the moment in Twitter’s life where they kicked Steve Jobs out of the company and told Sculley to run it.

Twitter’s API Changes — The Brooks Review

I don’t normally link to or comment on “news” that is not canonically topical to this site but… This analogy could not have been more spot on.

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Flannery the climate change clown by Larry Pickering

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lonelysandwich:

Fixation
I got this for Christmas last month from my special lady. Technically, I got it for Christmas in 2001 from the company worked for, but it had since, years ago, been given away to someone in need of an iPod. This year, she got it back, wrapped it up and gave it to me.
I was infatuated with this device. Now, just running my fingers down those razor-sharp edges is enough to put me back on the G train, feeling around for the controls in the pocket of my huge winter coat because I couldn’t risk flaunting it. And to plug in the Firewire and power it up? That blue glow and stylish Chicago font? Forget it. I’m in another time and place. The only thing it’s missing (my music having since been replaced) is “Take California” by The Propellerheads.
Can’t get it to sync though.

lonelysandwich:

Fixation

I got this for Christmas last month from my special lady. Technically, I got it for Christmas in 2001 from the company worked for, but it had since, years ago, been given away to someone in need of an iPod. This year, she got it back, wrapped it up and gave it to me.

I was infatuated with this device. Now, just running my fingers down those razor-sharp edges is enough to put me back on the G train, feeling around for the controls in the pocket of my huge winter coat because I couldn’t risk flaunting it. And to plug in the Firewire and power it up? That blue glow and stylish Chicago font? Forget it. I’m in another time and place. The only thing it’s missing (my music having since been replaced) is “Take California” by The Propellerheads.

Can’t get it to sync though.

355 | 30.1.2010 | 4 years ago


merlin:

The Flash Blog » The iPad provides the ultimate browsing experience?
Wow. That’s a pretty damning demo.
Which would have looked like this if it had been rendered in Flash instead of a JPEG:

Guess I’ll have to get used to the blue legos; until you get used to the rapidly accelerating irrelevance.
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merlin:

The Flash Blog » The iPad provides the ultimate browsing experience?

Wow. That’s a pretty damning demo.

Which would have looked like this if it had been rendered in Flash instead of a JPEG:

Guess I’ll have to get used to the blue legos; until you get used to the rapidly accelerating irrelevance.

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0 | 30.1.2010 | 4 years ago