Have you ever taken a system, developed by numerous different developers (piecemeal) over the course of several years and attempted to port it to another platform? It’s not funny, it’s not fun.
That is exactly what we did with Go2Mac.com in May. Bowing to your never ending pressure to ditch our Windows NT hosting solution we made the gargantuan leap of faith to a totally Mac OS-based hosting solution with the help of the gurus at Danger Island.
Nothing elicits more reader feedback than our sightings feature, and Tuesday’s post (Sex and the PowerBook: A Sighting) was no exception. The concensus seems to be that TiBooks have been spotted on five shows: The West Wing, ER, Dawson’s Creek, Dark Angel and Roswell, with The West Wing probably being the first.
Any twenty-fifth anniversary for Apple computer products would occur this year (2001 as Apple was founded in 1976). As 2001 is not yet over, there is still time for them to do something*. However, if you calculate from the date of incorporation, 1977, then that would be 2002 as the article suggests (sort of like which is the real millennium). However, “twenty-fifth Anniversary Macintosh” is a misnomer (or at the very least misleading) since the Mac was not introduced until 1984.
Linguists of the world unite! I want to append yesterday’s note about the stories that generate the most of your feedback. PowerBook and Mac sightings are probably the biggest feedback generators closely followed by anything related to code-names. Our story on the new PowerMac G4, code-named Tessera, (“New Desktop G4 Enclosure due at Macworld“) was no exception. Following are some of your conspiracy theories on the origin of the code name.