Windows was launched on November 20, 1985. On a floppy disk. You had to get another floppy disk mailed to you in order to fix the bugs. It was not dazzling — but I kind of knew I was witnessing history — the first graphical interface for PCs. Before that it was all just green or amber characters on a black screen.
Originally posted on Giselle Bisson:
For three weeks this summer, I was totally off the grid and more or less out of touch while immersed in a permaculture workshop near Mt. Shasta. Permaculture, which literally means “permanent agriculture”, is a systems design theory that can be applied to sustainable agriculture, architecture and community design. While…
SOCIAL MEDIA IS THE MEDIA A marketing pro I ran into at my local cafe the other day looked over my shoulder as I was updating a Facebook Fan page and said: “Most of social media is pure bullsh*t for my clients.” And he’s right…for his old school, 65+, out of touch clients who don’t […]