Tag Archives: Steve Jobs

Farewell Mr. Jobs

I am a technology geek. I know this is shocking. Probably none of you could tell. It started young for me. When all of my friends were buying the first Atari I was saving up paper route money to buy my first computer (A Commodore Vic 20). I was an early adopter of Apple products. […]

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Naughty, Naughty, Apple

You ever get the strange, creeping sensation that someone is watching you? You quickly turn around and look but no one is there. The feeling lingers in the pit of your stomach leaving you paranoid and uneasy. Well, I am here to tell you that you are not crazy. Your every move is being watched […]

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Jon Bon Jovi Delusional Historian

I need to start this blog off with full disclosure. I think the music of Bon Jovi is at its best slightly more pleasing than someone running their fingernails  across a chalkboard. I think cats in heat have more musical talent than Bon Jovi. I admit there has been an occasional song that didn’t make […]

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I Need Minions

I would like to take a break and step away from the media frenzy known as  “what crazy ass things” did Charlie Sheen do today and well do anything other than read about the man’s public meltdown. This includes a willingness to eat Brussels sprouts, have my body hair removed by boiling hot lava (okay […]

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I Am A Man Damn It!

I really wish I could be in the research and development meetings for some companies. I imagine some are quite interesting. I mean who wouldn’t want to be in the meeting when Lord Jobs invents iBrain. I am sure they are working on it. There are quite a few people out there who need a […]

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Apple Geek Euphoria

I don’t know how the Apple geeks are going to sleep tonight. The anticipation of Lord Jobs speech tomorrow must be killing them. At long last they will get to watch the high master prancing about on the stage showing off the greatest gadget since William Seward Burroughs invented the adding machine. Tech geeks aren’t […]

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