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When it comes to Web Standards & Web Accessibility: is it better to push or to shove?


Not that web accessibility is some kind of web tech’ debutante or anything, so why is it that when push comes to shove, bringing much-needed attention to web standards has to involve gettin’ all litigious? I ask this because over the course of this week, the signal-to-noise ratio on issues relating to web accessibility has […]


Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard: a cake with a thousand candles…


Too many cooks spoil the broth. Too many chiefs, not enough indians. Sayings we all know, a practice we try to avoid. So for a company like Apple that makes the turn of phrase: “less is more” their mantra, why is it that they seem intent on giving us too much? Some people upgraded just […]


Tech’ news in brief…


Hot on the heals of my recent article: “How close are we to Star Trek technology?”, along comes this: “A ‘Tower of Babel’ device that gives the illusion of being bilingual is being developed by US scientists. Users simply have to silently mouth a word in their own language for it to be translated and […]


Could Apple exit the hardware business? Part 3


What if I said there was something on the in between? Some way for Apple to keep one foot in the hardware business and one foot in pure software sales. Would that pique your interest? Hope so. In the first installment, I looked at what makes Apple money, the hardware they have in place right […]


Could Apple exit the hardware business? Part 2


Businesses respond to pressure, be that commercial, consumer or technological. Good businesses anticipate pressure and move ahead of the issues before they become problems. Apple has made some canny moves recently, but can they keep ahead of the wave? In the first installment, I looked at what makes Apple money, the hardware they have in […]