It is Apple Keynote Time Again…

I love the day of big Apple keynotes given by Steve Jobs. While rummaging around for a disk utility last week – I found my copy of the Macworld 1999 keynote where the Blue and White G3s and multi-flavored iMacs were announced. I had a smile – I eventually owned both and thought they were […]


WWDC From Home

Last year I attended WWDC and loved it. This year I was unable to attend, but I did follow the keynote address and then took a look at the Leopard Sneak Peek and the new Mac Pros. I will be very interested to see how the Mac Pros perform as I am, and always have […]


My Take On San Fransisco

Feel free to whip out the “wrap it up” box, but I have to give my summary on San Francisco in ten thoughts or less. San Francisco…inital thought: “hate the airport” (it is just not O’Hare). Second random thought…”damn this weather is awesome.” Third random thought…”holy cow, there is no grass, just rows of houses.” […]


WWDC Day 5

Today was a long day. Oracle in the morning, network authentication, a few WebObjects sessions, and finally building automator actions for sys admins. Information overload. Some cool links to note: Sign up to play with Oracle’s HTML DB Google’s Open Source Software QuirksMode (Hell is other browsers- Sartre) Day 5 summary: WebObjects is back!!


WWCD Day 4

The Apple Design Awards were last night, and the application Comic Life won Best Product New to Mac OS X. To celebrate, I made a real simple (and not very crafty one frame comic. (I will work on making the picture (not thumbnail) the correct size when I get home when I have some time […]


WWDC Day 3.

Today was a good day. Lots of information on how to create killer Dashboard widgets, Safari feedback session, in depth information on Color Management, Subversion for the rest of us, and then upgrading to Tiger server. I am exhausted, but learning lots of really cool technologies. I am going to start working on making my […]


WWDC day 2.

Well, who would have guessed that so many Penn Staters (that I either know or know indirectly) are here at WWDC. I sat down next to someone that remembered going out to a bar with me back in college. Across from us at the table sat someone that I worked with at the Penn State […]


WWDC 2005, day 1.

It is that time of year again, only this time I got to see Steve in action, live. Fortunately and unfortunately I saw the keynote when Apple announced it’s move to Intel. That is all I care to say now on that. On another note, I am enjoying San Francisco with my wonderful tour guide, […]