Thursday, June 21, 2012

Mac Retina Reluctance: Why buy a locked-down laptop? - Extreme Tech

Matthew Murray from Extreme Tech recently wrote regarding the Mac Book Pro laptop:
In other words, for all intents and purposes, you cannot service or upgrade this MacBook Pro yourself. That alone is enough to relegate it to the “festering dung heap” corner of my conscious interest.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Friends Don't Let Friends Vote OBAMA!

Want to know why we are in debt?  This guy says the truth.  Great to have a smart conservative know what he is talking about.  We won't be voting Obama, no matter what.  If a brick runs, the brick gets my vote.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Dvorak: Nothing Can be Fixed Anymore

It is about time that someone says this. I was thinking it myself. Leave it to one of my favorite web and magazine technology gurus... Point is that we are indeed becoming sheep. The article speaks of the latest Mac laptop, but this statement is far reaching, and transcend technology!

Dvorak says: I write about this trend every so often and I find it very distressing because of the effect it has on the users of this equipment. It fosters a feeling of helplessness at all levels of daily life. No wonder there is a great and growing dependency on government and institutions; the public has been trained as a permanent dependent.

Take a look at the article for yourself. Another brilliant piece... I wonder, with all the liberal hippie BS that flows from Apple (I use Mac software too) how is it they can justify toss away and wasteful products, such that use soldered and proprietary parts and drives, that can not be replaced in case of failure.  Sorry, I won't be buying the new Macbook anytime soon.