Apple’s Knowledge Navigator

Back in 2003 Jon Udell shared a download to an Apple produced movie made way back in 1988 that attempted to predict where we would be on the road towards having a true information appliance. We’ve come a long way towards it. As Udell says, maybe in another 15 years it will be fully realized.

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One America Redux

Kerry’s speech last night not only hit all the right notes, but did so with force. I got scared initially when he took his time taking control of the crowd. TV audiences have short attention spans. But once he did, he shared with America his beliefs, his platform, and himself, with passion. The Republicans keep […]

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One America

John Edwards gave a terrific speech last night furthering a major theme in the convention: it’s time for unity. Little talked about in the news is just how great his wife, Elizabeth’s, introduction was. So much is not being seen on the major stations. As Garret says: Do CSPAN or PBS. TV is really failing […]

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2nd Night Of Convention

I had to tune in late tonight but what I did catch caught me by surprise: Tom Daschle sounded dull and the crowd looked restless while he spoke. Barack Obama not only meets the hype, he exceeds it. He shared what should be the heart and soul of the Democratic party and took a swipe […]

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Eclipse is harder than it looks

Rafe shares his experience helping a coworker get started and discovers (rediscovers) how difficult it can be. If it wasn’t for others in the office, I’d probably still be using one of my favorite text editors. The initial investment in time and effort had kept me away of a long time, but I’ve been very […]

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