Archive for October, 2004

Hawkins on neurological research

Wednesday, October 27th, 2004

Getting intelligent about the brain | Newsmakers | CNET News.com

CherryOS a fraud?

Monday, October 18th, 2004

Not good

(via Curtis via Slashdot)

CherryOS – Mac OS X … for Intel-based PCs

Thursday, October 14th, 2004

Bravo to Maui X-Stream: they’ve apparently developed a G4 emulator for Windows machines they call CherryOS. If you want to run Mac OS X on your PC, you need this.

Given Apple’s direction toward a digital entertainment company, I wonder if they’ll consider this sort of move in the future. Apple’s had numerous opportunities throughout its corporate life to de-couple their operating system and software from the hardware – and they’ve never done it. We’re probably better off having one company that controls everything in making a personal computer, because they can do it right.

Apple Ships Two Million iPods this Quarter

Wednesday, October 13th, 2004

2 million. Versus 336,000 last quarter a year ago.

NTT DoCoMo 14Mbps HSDPA

Wednesday, October 13th, 2004

Stumbled across this entry from Kokoro: NTTDoCoMo’s competitor to EVDO.
via Kokoro, ITMedia (in Japanese)

“Unemcumbered by reality”

Wednesday, October 13th, 2004

It’s been awhile.

Linking through the blogosphere, I ran into this great new entrepreneur blog by Joe Kraus, one of the founders of Excite. He tells a story about learning persistence from Vinod Khosla that resonates deep. Churchill said it best (“never ever ever give up”), but Joe tells it in a way that really sinks in.