Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Grab Bag

John Siracusa gives his normal in-depth treatment to Panther. I liked his points about auto-hiding scroll bars, look and feel churn, the weird widget instead of a Labels submenu, Finder polling, and the sameness and unpredictability of the Finder.

Matthew Thomas says security certificates are “a demonstrably unusable solution to the wrong problem.”

Sven-S. Porst discusses some iTunes usability issues. I guess I’m not the only one who thought the burning procedure was weird.

Chris Heisel explains how “there is more value in online advertising than the click-through alone.”

The Mac vs. PC question at the recent Democratic presidential candidate debate was apparently a plant.

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