(I must admit, I took this MG Siegler set of posts a little bit too seriously. I had sworn off that guy, but since his nonsense was being discussed by others I follow on twitter, I had to peek.)
First issue I have is why is he concerned that Microsoft actually updated the OS after RTM and before GA? It is a *great* thing, as I said on twitter. Not sure why it is being spun as a negative.
Second, after Ed Bott brings it up and appropriately schools him on how Windows works within the OEM ecosystem, MG goes out and shoots himself in the foot by arguing (like a kid, nonetheless) that OS X was only updated after it became generally available to the public. Well, that is bad, isn’t it? That would mean Apple let a buggy OS out to the masses and only fixed issues a month or so later.
Oh, and that nonsense about calling Ed an “Apple malware blogger”? Sigh. More childishness.
As my friend Amir pointed out on twitter, Highlight is not going to be considered magical anytime soon and is nowhere near the Square atmosphere 🙂
A list of popular Google products and alternatives to each one. Also, a list of Google products which do not have a good replacement today.
So You Want to Kick the Google Habit? [Editorial]
In this age of microblogs and instant communications, it is awesome to see the consistency (and high quality of course) of blog posts from Louis Gray.
Congrats Louis, and keep ’em coming!
You know you are blogged out when you end up not posting for over a month. Even though you had internet access for the whole period!
I am blogged out. And I am not ashamed to admit it. Something or the other always became a higher priority.
Need to get back. And will try to.
Stumbled upon this nice posting about people talking about their blogging lives. It seems it can burn you out 🙂