Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons CC-BY-4.0 It seems I often find myself playing the role of cranky old grandpa when it comes to consumer technology. It’s
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In 2018, American companies spent $19 billion collecting or purchasing customer data. Your data is valuable, and the average person in 2020 produces 1.7 Megabytes of new data each second. For comparison, that equates to roughly 850 pages of double spaced text. So every minute of the day, you are generating 12 copies of the entire Harry Potter series.
It’s been three years since I had a new phone and the time has come to go shopping again, so I want to talk to
Yesterday we started seeing reports from news outlets about an email sent to a large number of AT&T customers.
Apple makes great products. They just haven’t been products I was particularly drawn to in the past. The restrictions Apple makes in the name of user privacy and making things “just work” always seemed to be too harsh for a nerd who wanted to tinker with his devices. So what happened to make me start questioning my aversion to expensive aluminum chassis and the letter “i” in front of everything?