The Rotten Side of Tim Cook’s Apple

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple My love story with Apple started a long time ago. I’ve been an Apple enthusiast since 1982 when I started programming on an Apple II+ before moving to an Apple //e then on a //c. I’m considered an Apple fanboy by my friends, my colleagues and my family. They could... Continue Reading →

My Updated Blogger Workflow as of 2020-09

Since the last update to my blogger workflow, Substack has been an important addition to my blogger workflow. Here is why and how I'm using Substack, a content publishing platform that is gaining traction for writers and bloggers like me. Click image for a much larger view Why Substack? As you probably know, I recently... Continue Reading →

On Apple’s Second Quarter Financial Results

Apple's second quartier financial results are in. Here is a few of my own observations. Services revenues increasing iPad sales are up 22% which shows that the iPad Pro are very appealing and selling well. Why? Because the recently relased iPad Air was too late in the quarter. Same thing for the iPad mini. I... Continue Reading →

Apple’s iWork Is So Underrated

Apple can be beaten for not shipping AirPower but they should be praised for shipping iWork. Apple’s iWork is so underrated. The latest update to the venerable Apple’s version of this office suite is particularly delightful to use. This software is probably the best embodiment of Apple’s software vision of what great applications should look... Continue Reading →

My Review of Apple News+ Service

Today is the last day of my free month trial of Apple News+ service. This is the perfect time for a verdict. This is my review of Apple News+ service. I’m going to subscribe to (yet) another service but without great enthusiasm. Here is why. News Feed Examples First, the good side Since I’m a... Continue Reading →

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