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Glad this Mayan ridiculousness is over! Now, back to celebrating the virgin birth of our savior.
I've never seen so few leaks out of Apple regarding an upcoming iOS and OS X release. I like it that way.
He's the most important person of the 21st Century so far; it's not even close.
"There's still room for success in the tablet market at $149-$199" = "There's still room for success in the car market at $2500-$3500."
I hope iOS 7 is the shiniest, skeumorphiest iOS yet.
There is a secret to happiness, and it is this: turn off the battery percentage indicators on your phone and laptop.
GOOG:"DoJ checking if AAPL and MSFT acq of Nortel patents were for anti-competitive means." But patents -only- serve anti-competitive means.
Far fewer "Abbottabad and Costellobad" jokes than I'd anticipated.
By 2025, awards shows will just be women getting out of limos, talking about their dresses, then getting back into the same limos.
"So long, Adobe! Just lost a loyal customer." —Guy who will purchase Adobe CC in 2013.
If one wanted to make Twitter as unapproachable as Final Cut Pro, Twitter for Mac would be a good start.
Key to enjoying Disneyland: instead of thinking "this is all fake", think "this is all designed!"
Lucas as creative advisor: “No, no, no…dumber. Less interesting.”
People get excited about new hardware, but Siri is a whole new UI—maybe -the- new UI—for the iPhone. Way bigger deal than a new case.
Key to a happy day at Disneyland: ride all the “boring” stuff. Train, Tom Sawyer Island, riverboat, etc. It’ll be the best part of your day.
Turns out those tucked-in shirts at the iPad mini intro were no accident.
First thought upon using an iPhone: this is a computer so easy my mom could use it. First thought using iOS 7: this will terrify my mom.
Work at Panic Inc. on Status Board and other cool stuff. Occasional Disney illustrator. Creator of pinball documentary TILT and the Disney game Wishing Stars.