I’ve been feeling very much in the minority this week. First off, Google launched their new Street View. By and large, the tech community seems to love it. Me, I feel very, very uncomfortable that someone can sit at their leisure at their desk, call up a highly detailed photo of the outside of my […]
Those of us who still, against all odds, harbor some fondness for the PalmOS platform were looking forward to today, when Palm founder Jeff Hawkins finally unveiled the super-duper mystery project he’s been working on for some time now. It’s an overpriced, underpowered Linux laptop. I’m underwhelmed and very disappointed.
As I was cruising around the San Francisco bay this past week, something came to mind: it’s possible that these sights, or the 1941 version of them, were the last my great-uncle Arthur saw of America, before he died over the Pacific in WW2. During the war, San Francisco was a major naval base, and […]
This would be funny if it were not so true: hat tip, Ritholtz
Scott’s company had a company shindig on one of those party boats this week, so instead, here’s a couple of photos from that event: I rather like the composition of this. Doesn’t get more touristy than that, does it? No, this was not our ship.
Robert Scoble reads his feeds and notices that Fear of Google / Distrust of Google is growing. I have no idea if Google is evil or not – I like to think they are not, but I don’t have any knowledge one way or the other – but I completely agree that Google’s public face […]