It’s the time of year that I get all depressed because my lowly salary doesn’t allow me to buy whatever new device/software/service Steve Jobs has telepathically commanded me to buy.
One of most innovative applications for Mac OS X would have to be the app formerly known as Hydra.
When Steve Jobs speaks, people listen; often against all logic.
In case you haven’t heard by now, Apple introduced a new music service on Monday that lets you buy music on a per-song or per-album basis through the new version of iTunes.
Right now I’m using Safari on a much faster connection than mine, and I have to say that it is definitely a lot faster than Chimera.
I have to say that I’m really taking a liking to Safari.
What kind of Mac weblog type guy would I be if I didn’t talk about Safari?
Today marks the opening of Mac World San Francisco 2003.
There’s nothing wrong with talking up some good stuff, is there? Excellent.
When I got home from work, there was a message for me that someone from Apple called me about the Apple Store that’s going to be built in King of Prussia.