Workers Leaving the Googleplex →
Andrew Norman Wilson describes an interesting experience while he was working for Google. What started as innocent curiosity turned out to be an almost kafkaesque situation which eventually led to his lay-off. The more I know about Google’s ways, the less I like that company.
My new vintage mobile office →
Since I acquired my first Newton in 2002 — an MP2000 with keyboard and various cards— and then an MP2100 in 2006, I’ve been looking for a proper case for it when I need to carry it around, take…
An online archive of Australian graphic design: 1960-1980. If you like the design aesthetics of that period as much as I do, you’ll definitely bookmark this site.
Seamless: your music, to go →
As I often say, simple ideas are the most effective.
Perian 1.2.2 is out
Lots of interesting enhancements and fixes, but what caught my attention the most was the final note: The next planned version will remove support for PowerPC and Mac OS X versions prior to 10.6. Maintenance updates may be provided if necessary. Alas, it is a trend that’s rapidly picking up speed as of late.
Edit the content of a Web page in Safari →
Very useful tip by Lex Friedman at Macworld.
Write-only memory →
On April Fool’s Day, I usually look for interesting jokes of the past. And I’ve found one that is related to vintage technology. From the Write-only memory Wikipedia page: Write-only memory…
eWorld as usual →
Front cover of the 1995 eWorld brochure As usual, March 31 is the anniversary of the demise of eWorld, the short-lived Apple online service started in June 1994 and terminated March…