I’m grabbing this link from the Guardian.
The Mac at 25 – interview with Andy Hertzfeld
I’ve been a big fan of Andy for the longest time, not including the past 25 years of Mac usage.
If you’re a Mac fan, you should check out Andy’s site, folkore.org, which is a wonderful collection of anecdotes on the development of the Mac.
Great news! Apple will now allow you to choose the songs you want to update to iTunes Plus!
There’s more info at Ars Technica — Per-Song iTunes Plus Upgrades Now Available.
At 30¢ a song, I think it’s a good deal. In the past, I’ve upgraded my songs whenever possible, Once a month I’d check to see if I had any songs that were eligible, and if they were, I’d upgrade. A few cents here, a buck there. Nothing too much.
After the announcement at the latest Macworld, I went to upgrade my songs. It turned out that it was going to cost me $50! I can afford $10, but $50’s a bit much for me, right now. I did not realize that I had so many iTunes purchases. (that’s X songs, FYI)
There are some songs in there where I’d really like to have them at 256K, but there are some where it’d be nice, but not so important.
I think I see some iTunes browsing in my future…
(Thanx to Daring Fireball)
I’m trying MarsEdit. I love BBEdit, and I’ve used it for blogging. I really like to work, with BBEdit’s environment. But I miss something. Not sure what. So I’m trying MarsEdit. Hmmm…