When I lived in the US, I don’t remember seeing any advertisements that capture the essence of American sports the way I’ve seen companies like Nike and Tim Hortons here in Canada capture how we Canadians feel about hockey.
Everyone is picking up the story of the Google Glass wearer who was pulled out of an Ohio movie theatre by “The Feds” because they thought he was recording the movie he and his wife were watching.
There will be all kinds of pundits talking about the various aspects of this case but this pundit wants to talk about two specific aspects of it.… Read the rest
The headline of his Cult of Mac post (no link – you can find it easily) is, “Did Feud With Jony Ive Keep Tony Fadell From Returning To Apple?”
That’s a serious question. Would something as simple and perhaps petty as an interdepartmental feud keep Apple from taking advantage of all that Fadell offers?… Read the rest
If you read as much tech media as I do, you’d pull your hair out in frustration.
The vast majority of those writing for any number of Mac news sites simply shouldn’t be “reporting”. They don’t know how.
Just because you can type doesn’t mean you can write.… Read the rest
If you are a gadget geek, CES is heaven on earth. More electronics than you can shake a stick at and some of the electronics are even IN that stick.
But separating the few tiny grains of wheat from a million square feet of chaff takes a lot of work.… Read the rest
The Show from Hell, CES starts next week and the press releases are flying. The Consumer Electronics Association, the folks who put on CES, have sent out a PR titled, “CEA Announces iBeacon Scavenger Hunt at 2014 International CES“.… Read the rest
This is not a glitch in the system. It is the system. Readers are gullible, the media is feckless, garbage is circulated around, and everyone goes to bed happy and fed.
If you care about the truth, if you care about journalism, if you care about good reporting and the power of the internet to make things better….… Read the rest