Now on The Interconnected: We didn’t have these problems when I was your age, before you stepped on my lawn

Yeah.

You know, buying software is actually harder than it’s been most of the time that I’ve been using computers.

I’m not saying I prefer the limitations of floppy disks, especially the physical limitations of their fragility.

I am saying that after buying Microsoft Word for the Mac, I earned a good rant.

We didn’t have these problems when I was your age, before you stepped on my lawn.

Now on The Interconnected: Cans of Shit and Salt Speakers

My June 2 post on The Interconnected came from a conversation at work about how some “hot” new design projects were really just a way to suck money out of people… and how it reminded me a lot of modern art which was intended to shock and cost money, but not really add anything valuable to anyone’s lives.

It also touches on some accessibility elements — like the fact that many As Seen on TV products are actually products that solve problems for people with disabilities that the rest of us benefit from.

Read Cans of Shit and Salt Speakers at The Interconnected.