Remains of the Day: This belongs in a museum
How do Mac pros feel about the Mac Pro? As strongly as Apple apparently feels about Linked In? And Steve Jobs thought his work would be lost and forgotten. The remainders for Wednesday, June 19, 2013 will spin you right round, baby, right round.
Who better to ask about the new Mac Pro than professional Mac users? That’s right, they do still exist, and their reactions are mixed. Some worry about all the expansion options being external, while others look forward to the opportunities for new Thunderbolt accessories. Others just want to spin it around and around and around and around—whoa, I’m dizzy.
Word on the digital street says LinkedIn is getting the Twitter and Facebook treatment in iOS 7, with “deep integration” throughout the system. Now if only we could use that to stop getting all those annoying “So-and-so would like to connect with you on LinkedIn” emails. That would be advancement.
In a rare interview given by Steve Jobs in 1994, the late Apple co-founder discusses his legacy, and how the technology field progresses so fast that nothing really lasts. That said, you’ve got to love the headline proclaiming that Steve Jobs was wrong to think he’d be forgotten by history less than two years after his death. Maybe they’ve got a time machine.