Classical Software Studies

James Hague writes, in a post, “Computer Science Courses that Don’t Exist, But Should,” a series of course descriptions for needed computer science courses, one struck me: CSCI 3300: Classical Software Studies Discuss and dissect historically significant products, including VisiCalc, AppleWorks, Robot Odyssey, Zork, and MacPaint. Emphases are on user

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Don’t Kill the Mac

The Wall Street Journal has an editorial that Apple should drop the Macintosh product line and focus on portable consumer electronics, the iPhone and its spawn. Since the WSJ has a crappy paywall, and I don’t want to pay, I’ll just assume this is an accurate reflection. Macworld provides an

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