Disarray at DHS seems to be the new normal Remember that weird media site I stumbled into, Executive Mosaic? They report that Krebs “served as director of cybersecurity policy within Microsoft‘s U.S. government affairs […]
Macs are easy to use, so long as you don’t install non-Apple hardware on them – The Tech Curmudgeon
If you have a Mac and buy everything Apple, you’ll always be fine. But woe be unto you if you dare to buy hardware from a third party and try to install it on a Mac.
Microsoft’s HoloLens corporate communications are the reason the world is a better place today
I was shaking and weeping by the end of the advert for Microsoft’s new HoloLens technology. Maybe you don’t like Microsoft? Or galloping consumerism? Or corporatism, or the wealth of the elite, […]
Welcome to the Dark Side: another PC business user defects to Mac
About two and a half years ago, when I was running my own little one-man consulting operation, Microsoft killed my computer. They did it remotely via a routine update. If you use […]
Nota Bene #108: Mm-mm, Time for Pi
“If in the first act you have hung a pistol on the wall, then in the following one it should be fired. Otherwise don’t put it there.” Who said it?
Nota Bene #98: A More Glorious Dawn Awaits
“The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them; inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled […]
Nota Bene #93: Linksgiving
Welcome to my home
Does Rupert Murdoch have an Internet strategy?
As a follow-on to Dr. Denny’s post on Rupert Murdoch way back on 29 August, there have been further developments worth noting in this space. There has been a flurry of headlines […]
Nota Bene #92: Echoblowcation
A few things for you NB readers:
Nota Bene #91: No Joke
Well I figured I’d give you all a break