“I hate to seem dense or out of the loop, but for the life of me I can’t think of many really useful applications for the located-based encryption technology being touted by Steve Wozniak’s company,” David Coursey writes for eWeek. “It does, however, help me understand why the Apple co-founder is known as ‘the other Steve,’ the one who had his day in the sun and left.”
Coursey writes, “While Steve Jobs, generally considered the less charming (unless he really wants to be) of the two Apple boy geniuses, has bounced from success (Macintosh) to success (Pixar) to success (iPod), Wozniak gets recent credit for things such as concerts and TV remote control devices. His new company grew out of – I swear – a desire to create a better invisible dog fence.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Cousey does quite a job on poor Woz in this one. A funny read, even though we always pull for Woz no matter what crazy thing he’s trying.