Fate of iPod classic →
Yes, iPod classic is like Mac Pro. However if they can make 128GB iPod touch, why can’t they make 256GB iPod classic? Let’s see what happens next week.
A smartphone retrospective →
This is what high-end smartphones looked like in 2007: Smartphones were an established consumer-electronics market with devices that people thought were pretty cool, but often frustrating and with serious shortcomings and design flaws. Then this happened: Read the whole blog. He got it spot on.
I'm Ditching Eclipse
Don’t get the wrong idea, it’s a very good IDE. It’s not quite there yet for scala 2.8. I’m back to regular text editor and terminal now.
Solid State Drive →
If you spend $100 or so upgrading to an SSD, it’ll feel like you’ve spent thousands on a brand new machine. I happened to just have upgraded my RAM from 2GB to 4GB. This upgrade made the laptop feels so much faster too. I was tempted to buy an SSD, but I do need the space. For now it’s quite expensive. Maybe in 5 years every computer will come with this thing.
Fighting Technology Lust (Part 1)
Every time there is a new product in the market usually a hype is created and everybody will be talking about buying it for a few weeks (or even months). In fact many people will be buying those new products even though their current gadget is still working. This creates some problems such as: Creation of e-waste Increased production of carbon emission Of course there are other problems such as...
Simplifying the experience →
Agree 100%. Too much drama with computer names these days.