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Archive for category: Macintosh supremacy

Of or pertaining to the supremacy of the Macintosh

   (2012.12.06)

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   (2012.08.05)

A couple of Android devices, running the rarely-seen current version of the operating system, kind of support accessibility. How well? About as well as you’d expect

   (2012.06.20)

A limited freedom of choice opens up other freedoms of choice, Slavoj Žižek says

   (2012.06.20)

Whether they’re captioned up front or shipped first and captioned later, Apple has the money to pay for captioning of its videos. Because I thought Apple was committed to accessibility

   (2012.03.11)

Novelist/columnist/journalist/bon vivant Russell Smith needs to quit dramatically bemoaning that his literary career is over the next time he suffers a retinal detachment. Instead, he needs an iPad

   (2011.11.30)

Some kind of app named GetGlue is so inaccessible two blind people had to record a 45-minute podcast teaching you how to overcome the problem. And now GetGlue is hiring!

   (2011.11.29)

Yes, the iPhone 4S works in Whitehorse, Yellowknife, and Fort Nelson – but you’d never know it from the lack of publicity

   (2011.11.21)

On the iPad, press two buttons together. On the Kindle Fire, start a 22-step process

   (2011.11.07)

Edwin Land of Polaroid did almost everything Steve Jobs did – invented new technologies, built factories to manufacture them, imposed absolute secrecy, stirred audiences with spectacle, trained customers to want the next step in the evolution of technology – but did it 30 years earlier

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