Tuesday, February 2, 2010

MP interviews El Jobso…kinda


Monday, January 25, 2010

Mosspuppet reviews iSlate

Love Walt’s new track suit. Especially the little logo. Can we get T-shirts made? Also, check out the 4:00 mark where Walt describes the feature that sends a unicorn to your door with your favorite kind of pizza. That one actually may not make it into the final version.


Friday, January 22, 2010

Puppet savages TUAW

Somebody woke up on the wrong side of the bed. (Do puppets sleep?) MP thinks that TUAW is complete off-base on their iSlate reporting. “I’m half expecting their next ‘source’ to be a floating pink elephant who breathes AppleTVs.” Additional acerbic analysis can be located here.


Friday, January 15, 2010

New look for Mosspuppet

Sleek new sweatsuit, I must say.  What, no Apple logo?


Saturday, January 9, 2010

CES: Mosspuppet and Ballmer


MP: Crunchies are a scam, and Ruby’s clueless

Saturday morning, and Señor Puppet is not happy. Why? Well, the Crunchies were handed out last night, and it seems the non-existent Chrome OS won Top Crunchie, or whatever they call it.  No, wait- Best Technology Achievement.  Latest tirade is here, and while we’re at it, MP also blasts away at Palm’s Jon Rubenstein for his outrageous claim he’s never fiddled with an iPhone, not once.  How do we know MP is upset?  Easy to tell.

Here’s a pro-tip for people interested in improving Palm’s marketshare and long-term viability in about five minutes: shove a Palm Pre down the back of Jon Rubinstein’s throat until he stops twitching. There, I just doubled your stock price.


Sunday, January 3, 2010

Mosspuppet’s crystal ball for 2010

Nice ski sweater, must’ve been a Christmas present.  Can’t tell if he’s drunk in this clip or not.  I think he is, though- he mumbles something about “once the ice sculpture of me and Steve kissing is delivered to his front lawn, everything will be aces.”


Friday, January 1, 2010

Mosspuppet looks back at 2009 predictions

He says he got all of these right.  Well, he’s not sure on #7.  Who are we to argue?  (I’d put bullet point numbers next to each of these, but WordPress says no, you can’t do that.)

  1. Michael Arrington will look like an idiot
  2. Steve Ballmer will remain bald
  3. No one will give a crap about Palm
  4. Steve Jobs will experience no health problems whatsoever
  5. Windows 7 will be released, reviled
  6. Safari will become most popular browser on the internet
  7. Leo Laporte will kill Robert Scoble
  8. John C. Dvorak will continue to be irrelevant, think he isn’t
  9. No one will understand what cloud computing is
  10. Google will release a new product that no one will understand (Wave)

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Mosspuppet’s holiday gift guide


Getting spammed by a drunk puppet

This guy is out of control.  Clearly a cry for help.