Insecurity complex

Today’s Macworld column wonders if it’s OK to write a dumb article as long as the title is in the form of a question.

A bad joke

John Dvorak, a college professor and a troll walk into a bar…

And it goes downhill from there.

Living in denial

This week’s Macworld column features a chat with the Winotaur, Google’s Project Glass and what some people seem to think we say about Mac security.

Occam’s electric razor

This week’s Macworld column notes that sometimes the simplest answer isn’t the right one right one but, hey, silly pundits have deadlines, you know?

Can’t we all get along?

This week’s Macworld column looks a techno-pundit slap fight, Android vs. iOS security and Mountain Lion.

Have you tried rebooting?

This week’s Macworld column looks at Lion and Windows 8 and features a visit with everyone’s favorite Windows user, the Winotaur (who is now on Twitter, by the way).

Weekend ruined

A special weekend Macalope because some things are too stupid to wait to skewer.

Short answer: no.

“The great task in front of us over the next two years is to lift the experience of the Linux desktop from something that is stable and robust and not so pretty, into something that is art,” Shuttleworth said to applause from the audience. “Can we not only emulate, but can we blow right past Apple?”

Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, maker of Ubuntu, 7/22/2008

Thanks sooo much

This week’s Macworld column looks at the stunning and completely new argument that Apple is a religion, takes another fond look at Flash and finishes with the Mac Defender news of the week.

Of trolls and straw men

This week’s Macworld column looks at Lodsys and the two attacks against Mac users: one the Mac Defender Trojan and the other all the obnoxious straw men.