Thunderbolt Dock Lifestyle
8 January 2023 | 4:19 pm

Back in 2016, Apple released the dreaded butterfly keyboard MacBook Pros. They also pitched pro users on a new setup – forget about desktop computers. Get one of these laptops and plug everything into it with a single thunderbolt cable.   It turned out that Apple was writing checks that the 2016 laptops couldn’t cash. […]

Antitrust Christmas
19 December 2022 | 5:00 pm

I’ve often thought that modern Apple is so large that they’re effectively immune to certain signals from the market and specifically from their own customers. When Apple released their dreaded butterfly-keyboard MacBook Pros in 2016, I lamented the new keyboard design and the lack of ports, but also that Apple’s customer base was effectively captured […]

Social Media Monopolies are not the Public Square
11 December 2022 | 5:28 am

News of Matt Taibbi’s reporting on the “Twitter Files” broke while I was writing my post on my recent experiments supporting ActivityPub on my microblog. I wanted to comment about it in the previous post, but the scope of that post was my ActivityPub experiment and my interest in where it might go. Wading into […]

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