Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson (affiliate link). This is one of those books that I had every intention of reading when it was released, but was too busy to read at the time. When I had the chance to borrow it, I jumped, and spent most of my train trips for a week (and a sleepless […]
A little old now, but I found the details on how Apple’s top secret product development process works to be fascinating.
Steve Jobs – 1955-2011 (Apple computer, Pixar, Mac, iPod, iPhone, iPad) A few quotes, and a summary of the things I’ve been reading around the web. “What’s really great is to be open when [the work] is not great. My best contribution is not settling for anything but really good stuff, in all the details. […]
[ /karen/ ] What students can teach us about iPhones details a survey that anthropology students at Stanford learned by studying their fellow students on campus. There are some insights here, I think, into the massive difference between the relationship that people develop with Apple products versus the products of any other company.
Do you know all 10 of these iPhone tricks?
[ Stephen Downes] How to Turn an iPhone 3GS Into a Wireless iPad Camera (using a couple of apps from the app store).
[ df ] Here’s a case of simple, elegant design – MoviePeg – a no-hand iPhone stand.
This article – Apple Joins AT&T/Verizon Spat With New iPhone Ads – talks about Apple explicitly promoting the benefits of the AT&T network to handle voice calls and data at the same time. It’s not particularly noteworthy, except for the really odd experience of watching the video that’s embedded on the page. The video is […]
If you’re curious about the Mac Mini, and how to use it in a hosting environment, this is the post you should be looking at. Worth it for the photo at the end alone.
While I was driving recently, I needed the passenger to make a phone call. I had looked up the number, all that was needed was for the call to be placed. I handed over the iPhone, and the question was “how do I call?”. I was able to describe it easily enough, but the experience […]