The Connection Steve Jobs Made With Me

We’ve always tried to be at the intersection of technology and liberal arts, to be able to get the best of both, to make extremely advanced products from a technology point of view, but also have them be intuitive, easy to use, fun to use, so that they really fit the users — the users don’t have to come to them, they come to the user.
— Steve Jobs

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Why I’m Keeping My New MacBook Air

As many of you know a couple of weeks ago I purchased a new MacBook Air as a replacement for the MacBook Pro I’ve been using the last few years. Some of you were interested in knowing what I thought of the Air.
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My New MacBook Air

Yesterday I woke up, started the coffee maker, and proceeded to open the lid on my MacBook Pro. Until that moment it was like the start of most every other morning. The fates had a different plan for the day. My laptop decided yesterday was a good day to die.
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30 Images Of New York: Happy Thanksgiving!

Every year around the Thanksgiving holidays I visit my family in New York. While much of the time is the usual visiting family and friends, we do end up taking in a few interesting sights and I always have my camera with me. I don’t claim to be a great photographer, but I sometimes manage to end up with a few decent pictures.
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Which Information Should You Trust?

Once upon a time, the Pony Express was the fastest way to deliver trusted information.

On Tuesday, November 6, 1860 Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States. The next day a Pony Express rider departed from Fort Kearny, Nebraska with the election results and headed for Fort Churchill, Nevada. The two forts marked endpoints on different telegraph lines.
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