Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Saturday, October 07, 2006
XP APIs in ne wMAcs for Christmas>?Forgedda about it!
Dang! Dang! DAng! Dang! Apple lost its backbone, it won't slip in the Windows XP APIs this Christmas or ever. Not even for business customers or Xserve. Something is up, something cooking in the lab and something over in marketing. I really would have liked to have had one of those machines. How palsy walsy do you ahve to be to an Apple engineer to get them to sneak out a copy of a prototype that'll never be released just so you can play with this? I suppose I would have videoed the machine in action and put it on YouTUbe for all the geeks to marvel at it and get a lotta' kul komments and flames. I do know one thing. I am never ever gonna run Vista on ANYTHING! XP is as far as I go with Microsoft. Either Suse Linux or OS X from now on.
Thursday, October 05, 2006
The Little Girl Giant
This is beyond the most awesome thing I have ever seen - sppoky, beautiful, a little chilling
Wednesday, October 04, 2006
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Apple Computers and Apple Records:War Is Over 'Cos They Want It
Expect The Beatles and Apple Computers to finally bury the hatchet with an exclusive iTunes release of LOVE the soundtrack to the Cirque Du Soleil tribute show in Las Vegas. Microsoft is pissed because they had been negotiating for the Beatle catalogue for months. Release will be in November 2006 in UK only then rest of world in December. The remainder of the Beatles catalogue on iTunes will be gradually rolled out throughout 2007-08. A future highlight will be the U.S. Rarities version of Penny Lane with horn solo at end in true stereo as a future iTunes single in UK only. The Beatles catalogue will be re-released as remixed and remastered during this period on CD and other formats. Watch for The Beatles iPod in Christmas 2007.