In this half-crazy, half-serious presentation, best-selling Mac author and New York Times columnist David Pogue takes a funny, whirlwind look back at Apple’s greatest (and dimmest) moments… pauses to analyze the promise and perils of Mac OS X…and then fast-forwards to 2020 to imagine what Apple—and Microsoft—might bring us on the road to Mac OS XX.
David Pogue is the weekly technology columnist for the New York Times. He is also the #1 best-selling Macintosh author, having authored "Mac OS X: The Missing Manual" and several other titles in the Missing Manual series, which he created.
This session is one of many from the IT Conversations archives of the Mac OS X Conference presented by O'Reilly Media, October 25-28, 2004.
This free podcast is from our Max OS X Conference series.