Apple’s moves can be hard to understand, especially when it comes to the audio space.
Not every blogger needs a WordPress site in order to publish on the web. Micro.blog, an open platform for writing is a great alternative, albeit in need of some improvements.
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 →
Apple Watch Series 6 Digital-only Apple Event Time did fly at the "Time Flies" Apple event. Compared to the WWDC online-only event in June, production was even better. The idea being was to put the products in the best light possible without being tagged as an infomercial. Apple delivered on this. The Apple Park is... Continue Reading →
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 →
We rarely get to see initiatives trying to reinvent basic services like email. The recently introduced HEY email service from Basecamp is trying to do just that. Here are my thoughts and why I’m going to pay for emails in 2020.
In the past few months, I've been using Notion, a popular collaboration platform. What I discovered is a surprisingly powerful tool that helps me be better at blogging. Here is my review of Notion from a blogger perspective. (If you want a freebie, head to the end of this review for details at the end... Continue Reading →
Big kudos to Rene Ritchie for this video showing the last decade of Apple. Who could put it in a better way than him? So many touching memories. https://youtu.be/ycboMuGjV1c
Apple is no longer the iPhone company, it never was. Apple is an ecosystem company. Services are the natural extension to this. Mark Spoonauer writing for Tom's Guide: Apple has long been synonymous with the iPhone. But after 12 years that era is starting to come to an end. https://twitter.com/DetroitBORG/status/1123678876188778496?s=20 Gene Munster, a managing partner... Continue Reading →
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 →