Yesterday, Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky responded to chatter about how Windows 8, in its grand debut, was demoed almost exclusively in landscape mode. In the post, he affirms Windows 8’s agnosticism.
The Building Windows 8 blog offers some fascinating insight into Microsoft’s research and design processes. Take the recent post on improving Windows Explorer.
I had a bunch of relatives from Korea visit over the summer, and naturally an arm wrestling tournament broke out. What I found most interesting though was how they set up the initial match-ups. They … Read more
The hallmark of Google Plus so far has been Circles. In contrast to Facebook where you’re either a friend or you’re not (until you put people into lists), Circles has you categorize people as friends, … Read more
A post on my impressions of Ubuntu 11 led to lots of thoughtful discussion here and over at Hacker News. The part that seemed to generate the most interest was my take on why certain … Read more