Archive for January, 2012
Jan. 29, ‘12: SplatF was down for more than 12 hours today, thanks to a massive, undisclosed problem with Dreamhost, my host. This sort of outage is unprecedented in my many years working with Dreamhost. But because of its duration — and Dreamhost’s … Continue reading →
Jan. 26, ‘12: If this is the App Store era, why add Blu-ray to the next Xbox? If true, my guesses are: Bandwidth, storage, and movies, in that order.
Jan. 25, ‘12: From its FAQ: How does it fit with my venue’s decor? We’re former bartenders from some of Manhattan’s most upscale bars and restaurants, so we designed the Juicebox to be elegant and compact. At just over 2 1/2 feet tall … Continue reading →
Jan. 24, ‘12: Over at ReadWriteWeb, I take a look at Apple’s incredible, accelerating growth rate. This past Christmas, Apple needed to add an extra $20 billion in new sales to grow by 73%. The year before, it “only” needed to generate an … Continue reading →
Jan. 24, ‘12: Apple’s just-reported December quarter was so huge that I had to change the scale on almost every chart below. Expectations coming in were high, but Apple beat them anyway, shipping 37 million iPhones — almost as many as it shipped … Continue reading →