Archive for October, 2005

Apple dedicates a webage to Rosa Parks, a black woman who lived during the era of racial segregation in the United States. Her defiance sparked the change in the country where only Caucasians were recognized as human beings. I wish for someone like Rosa Parks in a country where racism is an accepted norm, even […]


Let’s get right to it. David Pogue thinks that the new iMac earns a place in the living room citing the style and the new entertainment capabilities of the new iMac as enticing enough to put it in the public area of your house for your visitors to gawk at. A writer dumps his Dell […]


New Haw

20Oct05

Baby Boy Haw was born on October 20, 2005, 3:45PM, weighing at 7 pounds 30 ounces (4.026 kgs). Welcome to the world.


I Hate Mondays!

17Oct05

It’s cliché but I really hate Mondays. Switched two films, made two wrong readings. Signed. Saved. Moral: PAY ATTENTION! Should’ve given the balloon. Just blew up in my left ear. Moral: Give when you can. Shit. Oh. 200th post.


How was the Macintosh born? Andy Hertzfeld’s book “Revolution in the Valley: The Insanely Great Story of How the Mac Was Made” looks into the people and events behind the creation of the first Mac and its subsequent siblings. The book is taken from Hertzfeld’s website, folklore.org. Most of the contents of the book comes […]


How was the Macintosh born? Andy Hertzfeld’s book “Revolution in the Valley: The Insanely Great Story of How the Mac Was Made” looks into the people and events behind the creation of the first Mac and its subsequent siblings. The book is taken from Hertzfeld’s website, folklore.org. Most of the contents of the book comes […]


One kidn got a Mac mini and a Mac mini cake for his birthday. MacDailyNews reports that the The Sydney Morning Herald gives the iBook 4.5 out of 5 stars and says that it gives “a lot more dash for your dollar.” Coming in empty handed into the cellphone game, Steve Jobs managed to make […]