White iPhone 4 Delayed to Spring 2011 →
Macs No Longer Bundled with Flash Player →
John Gruber: And the new Airs are not alone. They’re simply leading the way. I asked Apple whether this change would be applied across the entire Mac product line, and they confirmed to me that it would. Existing Macs currently in the retail channel naturally still have Flash Player preinstalled, but in the coming weeks, all new Macs will begin shipping without Flash Player. Important to note...
Zennaware releases Cornerstone 2 →
Now with merge. Looks like a great upgrade.
The New MacBook Air Doesn't Ship With Flash →
Leads one to wonder if Flash will be preinstalled on Lion when that ships.
Apple Deprecates Java on Mac OS X →
Oracle is still free to release their own JVM for OS X, but Apple will no longer actively develop it themselves.
The New MacBook Air →
Whatever this turns into 2 years from now will likely be my next computer.
Jobs at Apple's Quarterly Earnings Conference Call →
At Apple’s 4th fiscal quarter conference call, Jobs had this to say about flash:[Q: Any updates on your stance on Flash?] Flash memory? We love flash memory.
Interview With John Sculley →
Absolutely fascinating interview with former Apple CEO, John Sculley, on Steve Jobs. This little bit is particularly insightful:He’s a minimalist and constantly reducing things to their simplest level. It’s not simplistic. It’s simplified. Steve is a systems designer. He simplifies complexity.
Apple announces Mac-focused event on Oct. 20 →
I can’t wait.
Google Is Testing Cars That Drive Themselves →
This is pretty freakin’ cool.
Sofa Acquires Versions →
Versions, my graphical SVN client of choice, used to be a joint project between Pico and Sofa. Today, Sofa announced that they have bought all of Versions assets from Pico and are taking full responsibility for Versions development from here on out.
Nice looking email client for the Mac. Think Tweetie for email. It only works with Gmail right now, but will apparently add general IMAP support in the future.
Malcolm Gladwell on Social Media Activism →
Well researched piece on why activism taking place on social media sites do not aid in real social revolutions. Great read.