Losing Innovation – TechFan Podcast #135

On September 28, 2013, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

Is the Tech sector loosing innovation? Tim and David discuss that on this episode of the TechFan Podcast.

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TechFan Podcast #60

On December 16, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Tim and David spend the entire episode on the iOS universe, with some recommendations on what to buy, and what NOT to buy, for our favorite handheld computing devices. 

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Bits and Pieces
My Mac Magazine #27, July ’97

On July 1, 1997, in Bits and Pieces, by Grant Cassiday

What is the PC press up to? Find out every month here in Bits & Pieces!

Many of you probably saw the June 2 cover story of Newsweek detailing the nightmare of preventing the coming Year 2000 computer crisis (also known as the Millennium Bug). You’d have to read pretty carefully, however, to see any mention of Macintosh systems in the article. The collected stories and sidebars detailing the software bug in the country’s technological infrastructure that render current computer systems unable to discriminate between the years 1900 and 2000 did feature two photos of Macs, but only one sentence addressed Apples directly. In a sidebar explaining that most home PCs won’t be effected (internally) by the turn of the century, a brief statement was made that current Macs recognize dates up to 2040. (A note, however: your Mac system will be fine, but some really old software applications may need to be updated. If you’re concerned, you still have a couple years to contact the software manufacturer.)

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