In an exhibit titled the Interface Experience held at The Bard Graduate Center in New York, you can see a collection of some of the biggest monuments of culture-defining technology from the last 40 years. Among the gadgets are a Commodore 64, Xerox Alto, Macintosh Plus, and my personal favorite the Palm Pilot circa 1997.
Continue reading Forty Years of Tech Exhibit Showcases first Palm PDA
The tech press was a little wrong-footed today by a surprise announcement from Palm or specifically, the brand’s new owners, TCL (Alcatel).
Continue reading It’s back, back, back!
You’ve announced the end of webOS cloud services and I couldn’t be happier.
Continue reading An Open Letter to Hewlett-Packard
It is said that a watched pot never boils, but will a webOS toaster send a pop-up toaster alert to a webOS watch when the toast is ready? Only time will tell…
Whatever you use to measure time, make the most of yours in 2015 with our best wishes for the New Year.
Main image: From left: Sara, Chad, Keith and Marc. (Not pictured – George)
Here is a report from George Mari:
“Just for some background, we have been having our Chicago WebOS Meetup at the same local restaurant, Moretti’s in Schaumburg, IL, every 6 to 8 weeks, since August of 2011. Well, OK, some of the Meetups have been at other restaurants, but the vast majority have been here. I don’t remember what our record attendance was in the past, but I’ve been at several meetups where we’ve had at least 12 people. More recently the numbers have been down to about 4 or 6.
We usually order some food and drinks, and just talk about what’s been going on in the world of webOS, which sometimes in the past, was way too much to fit into one night of discussion!
Continue reading Chicago WebOS Meetup September 28th, 2014