WinInfo Short Takes, March 23, 2012Commented on: 5 years ago
(March 23, 2012)
70,000 apps is indeed good progess .. however, allot of those apps -frankly- stink.
Day after day, I check the Windows Phone store, hoping to see something worthwhile installing, and day after day,...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of May 3, 2010Commented on: 6 years ago
(May 4, 2010)
Regarding the Apple v Adobe section, I think that to boil away the fluff, and be left with the idea that this is all about Apple building walls around iTunes, is rather simplistic. One can boil this...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of November 2, 2009Commented on: 7 years ago
(November 2, 2009)
Paul, instead of desperately clutching at Nintendo's sales as vindication for what you've been saying, how about accepting that Nintendo provided the market with something it desperately needed, and...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of October 26, 2009Commented on: 7 years ago
(October 23, 2009)
So, you deride Apple for their commercials being "sad" then try to get away with saying Snow Leopard is a train wreck? It isn't, it just isn't. Sorry, but in many ways 10.6 has had a better...
Effective New Microsoft Ads Hit Apple Where It HurtsCommented on: 8 years ago
(April 6, 2009)
The last ad attempted to re-enforce the idea that Apple computers are expensive, which is fine. The new one however is attempting to re-enforce the idea that Macs are all about style - and...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of December 5, 2008Commented on: 8 years ago
(December 5, 2008)
".......if Microsoft really did make cars, it wouldn't be anything like GM, Ford, or Chrysler. It would be successful."
I dread to think what the state of your underwear was whilst you were writing...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of November 24, 2008Commented on: 8 years ago
(November 21, 2008)
"why didn't they just do this five years ago?"
I guess because five years ago 'core anti-malware' was all most people were getting in competitor products - Microsoft's entry pushed the likes of...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of October 13, 2008Commented on: 8 years ago
(October 13, 2008)
"And this mega-patch, which weighs in at as much as 200MB"
Of course, you ignore the fact that the vast majority of Mac users won't have to download anything near that - on my machine for example,...
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