Monthly Archives: January 2009


Apple and the media

I forgot to post a link here on the blog when the article went up on Newsweek.com. My take on how the media helped Apple cover up for Steve Jobs and his health problems is here.

Could Silicon Valley become the next Detroit?

My article on this, from the latest Newsweek, is here. HP, the biggest tech company, is ringing an alarm bell about the future of science and technology. It’s scary stuff. We’re already starving science and engineering students of funding. That may only get worse if we spend billions bailing out banks and automakers. Money quote: … Read more »

Palm Pre rocks CES

Geeks are raving about Palm’s new Pre phone and Linux-based Web OS, which is looking like the hit of the show.  I was fortunate enough to get a sneak peek at the device last month and my write-up on it for Newsweek is here. The Pre is a slick looking slider phone with an OS… Read more »

Posting again

I’ve been filing a lot out of Macworld and will have more coming later in week from CES. (Groan.) Latest is “Macworld, MacBoring,” describing the sad-ass spectacle that was yesterday’s Macworld keynote by Phil Schiller and wondering, “Is Apple’s golden era over?” Left out of this article (because I filed fast) was the fact that… Read more »