• Explore the magic and the mystery!

  • » Currently browsing posts tagged with: Classic Mac Os

    So I Woke Up and Realized That OS X Is Fifteen Years Old

    March 25th, 2016

    I knew I was taking a chance. I boarded an early morning flight to San Jose (yes I knew the way) one spring day in 2001. I had perhaps a one hour margin of error, and a late arrival might have made this trip a waste, because I would not have been able to get to Apple’s […]

    Is Apple Losing Interest in OS X?

    November 10th, 2015

    The launch of Mac OS X as a Public Beta in the fall of 2000 signified a sea change for Mac users. Coming four years after the purchase of NeXT, it represented the vindication of that deal, which also meant the return of Steve Jobs to Apple. Here it was, the long-delayed industrial strength replacement for the […]

    OS X Yosemite: A Way To Get Excited All Over Again About Macs?

    June 18th, 2014

    Hardly a day passes where I don’t find yet another undiscovered treasure in OS X Yosemite. At a time when you wondered how Apple could possibly come up with another 200 new features or enhancements, it seems they’ve gone way beyond that. So just his week, Computerworld blogger Jonny Evans reported on 18 items that consist […]

    Early Windows 8 Reviews: Understating the Obvious

    October 18th, 2012

    I suppose you can regard Walt Mossberg, of the Wall Street Journal, as the “dean of tech journalists,” since he has been in the business for years. He also hosts the AllThingsD conferences that have featured the movers and shakers of the tech industry, including Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer and Tim Cook. So […]