Archive for July, 2008

The new iPhone 3G and the iPhone 2.0 software update can best be described as the most successful failure I can remember. Apple has sold an astounding number of phones and applications, and yet is failing in so many different ways:

MobileMe: A terribly bungled deployment that is still suffering through issues of data integrity [...]

I recently upgraded to the iPhone 2.0 software, and then finally upgraded my desktop to Leopard after waiting for the “best beta evar” to stabilize. I noticed shortly thereafter that iTunes no longer recognized my iPhone. After a software update, reboot, and moving the iPhone to a different USB port, I still couldn’t [...]

I’d like to propose a simple plan to really change things in the US. I don’t really know if this is even an original idea, but here it goes…
Our current woes are due in large part to the two-party duopoly of the Democratic and Republican parties, and the people controlling the candidates within those [...]