Brian Sankarsingh writes about the increasing cost of participating in the digital world
Haha there's no voting category for DNDA - Do Not Do Apple
I have to admit, I got on board with the Macintosh classic in the 90's and it was wonderful. That said, I've been frustrated by all the things I used to be able to do like email songs from my playlist to my friend that "upgrades" now prevent me from doing. For the longest time I avoided upgrades on my Mac devices because they always seemed to benefit the company more than they did me...and don't get me started on how to prevent "other" from using up all my memory storage.