An end to my Mac frustrations?

Readers of this blog know that I’ve had something of a struggle with my last two computers — a Powerbook and a MacBook Pro. I’ve found them far more prone to crashes, slowdowns, and erratic behavior than I expected from Apple machines. Several visits to the Apple Store were totally unhelpful — they either ran the standard diagnostics (which I’d already tried), or gave me advice like not to load ...

A Note of Note

I was pleasantly surprised to learn that my 1994 note (student article) in the Harvard Law Review is among the most widely cited by academics and judges. Professor Eugene Volokh of UCLA Law School, the author of a well-known book on academic legal writing,

Supernova Blur

My friend Jeff Pulver, one of the tech conference producers I really respect, talks about the “VON blur” he experiences in the days leading up to his VON conference. I have something similar with Supernova — things start whizzing by, and I don’t return to normal perspective until afterwards. One consequence is that I’m rarely able to blog before and during the conference. Hence, the absence of posts here. But ...