Historically I have been an early adopter of new technology. Especially computer and game console technology. I have owned more computers that I care to recount. Almost all of those have gone by the wayside except the Mac and Microsoft driven computers which we used to call IBM clones. My first Apple computer was an […]
And no, I don’t mean train engineers. I was always taught that form follows function. Seems safe to me. Of course “safe” isn’t always fun. If “safe was all we wanted then there wouldn’t be Macs vs PCs or better yet Windows vs OS X.
It never fails. I bought a Mac Mini and within a month Apple released a new Mac Mini that is ten times better than the one I just bought. This summer I bought a Nikon D800 camera. It’s a fabulous piece of technology and lightyears ahead of my “over the hill” D2Xs.
Poor Apple. Any time they have a new hardware or software product come out massive glitches come along with it. On July 25th Apple released their newest update to OS X called “Mountain Lion.” As we all waited by our computers with anticipation we had no idea what was coming.