Author Archives: Riccardo Mori

About Riccardo Mori

Writer. Translator. Mac consultant. Enthusiast photographer. • If you like what I write, please consider supporting my writing by purchasing the Minigrooves ebook and/or subscribing to Vantage Point magazine. Thank you!

“And that’s what we’re about”

Steve Jobs perfectly summarises what Apple is about at the end of his keynote at Macworld San Francisco in 2000. Continue reading

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‘It Just Works’ should be the next step

A nice ‘MacOS’ redesign by Andrew Ambrosino inspires my latest rambling about the future of OS X. Continue reading

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From standalone utility to service

Ever since Smile Software introduced their new service for TextExpander, and switched to a subscription model for pricing, it seems that everyone in tech had an opinion about it. Guess what — me too. Continue reading

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40 years of Apple: some personal moments

It’s been — and still is — a wonderful ride. Here are a few meaningful personal ‘moments’ involving Apple I have experienced over the years that I would like to share with you. Continue reading

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The Macs Apple was selling in 1996

Apple has always offered a lot of products. In 1996, its offerings were somewhat chaotic and unfocussed. Today their exuberant variety looks at least more purposeful. Continue reading

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