Apple Has Lost Its Innovation Polish

Riffing About Tim Cook and Apple’s New Old Mac Mini By Terry Bailey Nov 4, 2018 When former Pepsi CEO John Scully was running Apple in the Nineties, I gave an interview to MacWeek, and […]

When Students Are More Tech Savvy Than Their Teachers

Facebook Dialogue Terry Bailey: Oct. 20, 2018 – Subbed a college coding class last week. Students asked if I had a smart phone. I said, “Of course.” They said, “Most of our professors still have […]

You Want It Darker – Honoring Leonard Cohen

Update November 12, 2016:  the web page where the interview podcast of Leonard Cohen about his new album, You Want It Darker, appeared has now been updated to be a wonderful homage to Cohen with […]

Apples “New” Macs Not Much Help for Creative Developers Who Have Been Waiting and Waiting and Waiting

October 27, 2016 - New Mac Laptops with Function Strip

  I was super disappointed in this “new” #Apple Mac laptop announced October 27. We have all been waiting for new Minis and desktop computers for several years now, and Tim Cook and company gave […]

Why Women in Tech and Science Know Well About Pulling off the Impossible!

Dr. Marc Rayman, Chief Engineer and Mission Director of NASA’s Dawn Mission told an audience at JPL last Thursday night: “NASA’s motto is  ‘If it isn’t impossible, it isn’t worth doing.’ ” I think this […]

Self Driving Cars: the Emperor’s New Clothes Tale of Early 21st Century?

Yes, I am going out on a limb here. And if my words find any traction beyond my little corner of the Internet, surely there will be many people coming down hard on me. For […]

Digital Painting – A Tale of Digital Artist Bert Monroy and Me

A couple of weeks ago I attended a presentation by Digital Painter Bert Monroy. Bert wrote the first book I ever saw and used about computer art. It was a tips and tricks book for […]