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Macbook 12: My thoughts on it after owning one for a month. Basically, I think it's great.

Now the long version.
So I've had the Macbook 12 for about a little over a month now and I'm in a pretty good place to give a review for it if you are curious about it or are shopping around for a new laptop/notebook and I think you really should consider it for reasons I'll get into later.
Mine is the base model from the previous generation (and ya I'm a little peeved about that, but not too much, since they just released the newest MacBooks which means I recently bought the older one at the new expensive price.. anyways)
This is a contentious machine for sure and opinions are generally all over the place online in professional reviews ranging from some claiming ”The New Retina Macbook is the future of laptops" to "Overpriced and Underpowered." Many reviewers who initially gave it a mediocre rating have amended their initial thoughts a year later to reveal that the Macbook has seemingly become their favourite laptop through extended use- though, not all. I’ve seen about a one point increase in a score out of ten average across the board in the few reviews I’ve glanced at for the new current models, although professional review reception is still just about Warm at best. The common factor why ratings are seemingly a bit low for “the future of laptops” seems to be a matter of price being just a bit too high for what you are getting. “Terrible keyboard” gets thrown around a lot as well. Also, one port.
The Macbook is ideally for anyone who brings a laptop with them in a bag to work every day and portability is a crucial deciding factor. This is a really portable machine with a light weight, excellent battery life (though, not best in class,) instant-on functionality, and a super quick recharge. I get about 45 minutes to an hour for every 10% of battery when writing or using the web as a conservative estimate with medium screen brightness. It is said that charging for 45 minutes will bring the battery up to 80% but anecdotally I gotta say it feels even a little bit better than that. When I play a game though, the battery drains really fast. Pillars of Eternity will last maybe two hours on a full charge (which all things considered is still pretty good.) Sometimes I get up to 12 hours of use on a single charge- there may be some background processes at play here that change these numbers.
I would also like to add that if you are tired of hearing the fan on your laptop revving up in bursts like a mini chainsaw when using it, or if you use your computer in bed and are always making sure the fans are not blocked by a blanket or whatever.. this machine will be a joy for you.
Overall, I'd say this is my favourite computer I've ever owned though the price is a bitter pill to swallow.
I have had many computers over the years from the Commodore 64 when I was a little kid up to this Macbook. A few desktops, a few laptops from HP, Acer, Gateway, Lenovo, Sony, Macbook Pro 13 (2012,) an Acer Chromebook and now the Macbook 12. I am comfortable with Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and macOS.
I’m not going to do any pros or cons or break down the laptop point by point. Instead I will address some key features or pointed arguments against the Macbook, in general.
Overall build quality: Say what you will about Apple pricing but you do get what you pay for. Nothing feels flimsy or cheap. They have been using the same overall design for their MacBooks for a few years now, and an argument can be made that the look is getting a little long in the tooth.. but it is a winner for a reason and I don’t see any compelling reasons to dramatically overhaul the industrial design of their Macbook line- at least until some kind of UI innovation requires a profound change in form.
The Screen, Keyboard and Trackpad:
I’ll get to the keyboard in a minute because that requires a little unpacking to talk about and I do think in this case it really is a matter of taste but MacBooks are known for having if not the best in class than they are among the best in class of keyboards, trackpads, and screens. It is also uncommon to find a laptop with all three being great especially when your budget dips below $1000. Usually on a windows ultrabook there is some kind of concession at play in one of these things. Really, just try one for yourself either in a store or use a friend’s and decide.
This is more or less the same screen on all of Apple’s retina MacBooks, iMacs, and phones. It’s beautiful, vibrant, bright and most importantly you don’t have to dim the display on battery power to use it all day. Medium brightness looks and performs great. A few ultrabooks in this price category offer touch screen or even convertible tablet screens, but these features mean little to nothing for me since I own a tablet and I wouldn’t expect that as a default on all notebooks or MacBooks.
I gotta say, 12 inches feels like a true ideal size for a portable computer. 11 is just a tad too small and 13, while easier on the eyes, sacrifices some portability and added weight. I wouldn’t want a notebook/laptop/ultrabook/whatever bigger than 13 inches and I don’t understand the decision to go bigger unless you use your Macbook for photography or design while on the go and cannot use an external monitor. I know some people swear by the 15 inch MacBooks so I’ll just say to each their own on that. However, the laptop doesn’t fit well in a person’s lap. The size of it requires you to hold your legs together a bit more than usual so that it doesn’t slip and fall between them. That’s something to consider.
The keyboard this time around may take some getting used to. Many people do no like the butterfly keyboard. It is the most common listed Con on professional reviews and many find the travel distance too short when pressing a key, saying that it is almost like typing on a tablet screen because there is so little give. For myself, I now find it weird to use any other keyboard and the keys feel mushy and bulky on anything else. I do a lot of writing on my computers, I enjoy it (as this review which is getting pretty long already can show you) so you really have to try it in person before relying on the reviews because many people who bought the Macbook feel the same way that I do. It’s great. I also have large hands, 7.5 inch wrists, and typing is comfortable for me though I do make the odd mistake here or there that I wouldn’t with a full size keyboard typically used with a desktop. Also, backlit keys are wonderful when necessary.
It is near unanimous that Apple’s trackpads are best in class. They feel great, perform wonderfully and are nice and big too. Many who haven’t owned a Macbook often think it’s crazy that anyone would care about the trackpad but until you use a great one that is deeply integrated with the OS as well all the little productivity time savers and comforts that come with it, you don’t know what you are missing. It is my understanding that Windows 10 has finally added gestures for switching between full screen apps and are making good progress toward using a trackpad for more than just clicking and dragging and that’s a good thing because everyone deserves a more comfortable user experience, not just the people who own an Apple computer or use Linux.
Force Touch is really good but I wouldn’t say it’s a primary feature. Clicking down on words for definitions and previewing links is really nice and I use it often. I’d like to see this used with a little more variety in future OS releases.
The Speaker:
Without question, this is a powerful and shockingly loud speaker with great sound quality when you consider how light and small the Macbook is. Easily fills the room with music or audio from a movie. The best I’ve heard on any laptop I’ve owned. The reviewers are glossing over this fact and for me it adds so much value to the Macbook.
One Port:
If your notebook is a docking station for numerous peripherals than I’m sorry but this machine really is not for you. If the idea of paying extra money for the ability to plug in different devices is a sign that Apple are in fact the devil incarnate then this machine is not for you. With a bluetooth mouse there really is very little need for tons of ports in my humble opinion for 95% of people. If I were still working as a full time DJ I’m not sure if the Macbook 12 would be a great idea for me. There are options, and USB-C will have more affordable and attractive hubs in the coming months that are in full compliance with safety standards, but for now if you cannot divorce all your peripherals or switch to wireless then really you need to consider a Macbook Pro or Air. End of story. For me, I’m fine with the single port and it is not an issue for my needs.
Overpriced and Underpowered:
You’ll get no argument from me that the 12 could be a little cheaper. If Apple were to bundle the 12 with their USB-C three port peripheral they have for sale at the same price then they would have knocked this product out the park and many online reviews would be in the 9/10 range. However, I do have to concede that the Macbook is in the same range as similarly specced, fanless ultrabooks (the newest Pixel managed two USB-C ports!) and though I did say initially that the price was a bitter pill to swallow after having pulled the trigger I am completely happy with everything.
You will not being playing Witcher 3 on this, and yes you can get a desktop for a little over half the price that will (screen not included) but this is an ultra portable machine first and last. On paper, the Macbook looks underpowered with a processor that may make you think Netbook but in actual use, everything is brisk, fast loading, no slowdowns. Even using medium demanding apps like photoshop are great. If you are not rendering animation, editing feature-length movies, or doing something truly demanding and work related using files that are in the GBs of data then I gotta say.. the “underpowered” Macbook will perform just fine. SSD technology has tremendously made the end user’s life better with a lot less waiting. And current processor capability has outstripped most normal applications demands on the system in day to day use for the next few years at least. A Macbook with a 12 GHz processor would sure look nice as a benefit printed on the box or revealed in an Apple Keynote.. but really, what are you going to do that needs so much power when browsing the web, writing documents, watching movies, creating posters for your DJ night with photoshop, playing around with Reason, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, FL Studio..? The truth is you don’t need a portable computer that can render a full pixar movie over night. I would rather the focus shifting from ultra powerful and resource heavy to the opposite with attention put on user experience, productivity, comfort, battery life, screen, keyboard, trackpad, overall build quality..
If you have money troubles or you are a student then I recommend buying a Chromebook instead for 1/6 the price or less. I’m not a rich man and I cannot scoff at the price I paid, but I have a good job and my living expenses are low when I’m not buying a luxury item Macbook. For me, the price was ok. Macbook Air was pretty expensive too when it first came out and it is still a little pricey for what you get with a bad screen. It feels like this new Macbook is it’s replacement (so get used to it) with an introduced price that is lower than the Air’s 5 years ago. When Apple drops the price on these by around $200-300, which they will in the next three years or so.. you will be seeing a lot more Macbook’s in the wild.
Basically, if a light weight, wonderfully constructed portable computer sounds nice to you: pull the trigger.
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I was clued into a release yesterday that involves some people surrounding Dr. Dog. The album, titled 'Keep on Crusin', while not written by any of the band members directly, has a very interesting backstory that explains it's history and significance to the band. I've included that down below, and highly recommend giving it a read.
I gave it a listen this morning, and it's a really fun, easy-going tropical rock album. It has the same spirit and vibe as a lot of Dr. Dog's early work. It's like a mini beach getaway in music form, which is great given our current realities. It's really worth your time, check out this long lost classic!

Here are a few places you can give it a listen:
Spotify | Apple Music | Google Play | YouTube | BandCamp
(Promotional tracks are 'What It's Like To Be Me', and 'What Was In That Drink?', if you want to get a feel for the overall sound!)

TLDR version of the story behind the album:

After a show in Key West, FL in 2005, Dr. Dog guitarist Doug O'Donnell wandered into a run-down dive bar called Chart Room and ordered a drink. There were only a handful of regulars in the bar, but one of them came over and sat down next to Doug after hearing that he was a touring musician. For the next two hours, this scraggly, bearded man unrolled his own incredible history while Doug unrolled the $5 bills of his touring per diem to keep them both in rum and cokes.
The man was “Sloppy” Joe Flappens. In the early to mid-70's, as he told it, Sloppy Joe was one of the kings of the southern Florida beach bar scene. His band, “The Cruise," would pack houses all over the area, years before Jimmy Buffet's “Margaritaville” took the tropical soft rock sound to the top of the charts. Buffett and Flappens worked the same circuit, and, while not exactly friends (there was, according to Joe, “a woman to blame” for this), they occasionally performed together.
Sloppy Joe and the Cruise recorded one legendary album in 1975 before disbanding. A tragic accident left Joe unable to play guitar and the completed album was shelved - literally (above Joe's couch, next to his record collection). He spent the ensuing years as a fishing guide, maintaining a laid back lifestyle in obscurity until his death in 2018. At that point Doug (who had become Joe's biggest fan and occasional penpal) received the master tapes in the mail (per Joe's will) and began trying to expose the world to this lost classic.

Full story from Doug O'Donnell himself:

While playing in Key West, FL on tour with Dr. Dog in 2005, I wandered into a bar called “The Chart Room” after the show. I'd been told that patrons had included everybody from Jim Croce to Shel Silverstein to Bob Marley to Ernest Hemingway (impossible - he was dead by the time the bar was built). I noticed some holes and corks in the bar-top and asked the bartender what they were. “Some of our regulars want their ashes sealed into the bar after they die,” he said. As we talked, I mentioned that I was a touring musician and one of those regulars (still alive... but maybe just barely) walked down from the other end of the bar and introduced himself as “Sloppy" Joe Flappens. Joe was one of the most animated characters I had ever met. As long as I kept buying us both rum and cokes, he kept pouring out the story of his life. He might as well have been a character in a movie - Captain Ron meets Woody from Cheers. You could never quite tell what was real and what was “imaginatively embellished” with him (except by watching the bartender's eyes roll into the back of his head at some of the choicer bits), but it really didn't matter. The stories were fun and interesting, filtered through his hazy memories.
Joe had been a contemporary of Jimmy Buffett years before Buffett hit the big time with “Margaritaville," and they had occasionally played together at bars around Miami and Key West in the early to mid-'70s, but sonically Joe's music owed as much to Bob Weir and Brian Wilson as it did the Carribean / soft rock influences he shared with Jimmy. They had been friends early on, but professional rivalry and what Joe calls “a misunderstanding about a woman” put them on the outs. Despite this, his profile continued to rise in southern Florida, and he spent 1973-1974 playing every bar that would have him and building a good following. There were some bumps in the road for Joe - the occasional missed gig due to drunkenness, an arrest at a hotel for possession (he claims the powder belonged to Hunter S. Thompson, who slipped out the bathroom window as the cops kicked in the door) and a business manager who embezzled close to $10,000 (that's 1974 dollars!) from Joe's club payments over the course of a year and a half. Despite all this, in 1975, Sloppy Joe and his band, collectively known as “Sloppy Joe and the Cruise,” went into the studio and recorded a full-length album, Keep On Cruisin'. Joe was shopping it around to record labels when he lost three fingers in a boating accident - a rigging line snapped and whipped the net he was pulling 50 feet in the air, taking his fingers with it. After the accident, Joe could no longer play guitar and the band fell apart. He continued to do odd jobs around the island, take tourists out on fishing excursions, and spend a lot of time at Chart Room. Through it all, he never lost his sense of humor, and you could see an unmistakeable glimmer in his eye when he talked about “those days."
I've run into a lot of these characters over the years, as I'm sure you have - sad sacks who never got over their glory days. Sloppy Joe was something different. Much like the tunes on Keep on Cruisin', he was intelligent, self-aware, funny, and self-deprecatingly charming. He had told these stories before, but you could tell that the camaraderie of a touring musician got him riled up. He loved talking about the recording session, the players, the studio (Sand Dune Sounds in nearby Sugarloaf Key, FL - it's long gone, I checked).
As the night went on, Joe asked “You wanna hear the album? I only live about ten minutes from here." Usually I'd have said “Thanks, but I've got to be at the van in a couple minutes ... let's keep in touch ... maybe next time we're in town?” But I did want to hear this recording. He had talked it up so much, and at that point I only half-believed it even existed at all, so of course I wanted to hear it.
We stumbled to Joe's house, a small flat in a 1950's-era apartment building on Southard Street, and he poured us a couple more drinks. The place was small, but he kept it clean and the décor was incredible. Kitsch exotica, black velvet art paintings, bizarre taxidermy, Jim Beam porcelain whiskey decanters of various characters, cities, animals, golf tournaments, etc. His apartment was a wonderland of quirky visual overload.
Joe walked over to his record shelf and pulled out a dusty old 1/4” reel and threaded it onto his Teac tape machine. From the first few notes of piano/guitar interplay, segueing into a synthesizer swell (and what I quickly realized was Joe's “signature” lap steel lick), I was in love. There was something so innocent and fun about his music. It gave me a glimpse into who this man had been in his younger days and made me like him even more. While we listened to the album, Joe gave me the backstory of every tune. I was enthused, but Joe was even more excited than I was. For him, it seemed like meeting his child again for the first time in 30 years, rediscovering the version of himself that, while not forgotten, was certainly foregone. When I asked if I could get a copy, he got a twinkle in his eye and said “I can make you a tape, but we gotta listen to the whole thing again!”
By the time the tape was done, the sun had already come up, and I had to go meet up with the band to get on the road to Jacksonville. I gave Joe a hug, we exchanged phone numbers and addresses, and I walked down Southard street with the tape in my hand and a smile on my face.
That tape was a pretty low-quality dub over a Dan Fogelberg cassette, but it was a perennial staple in the Dr. Dog tour van for years. I would occasionally get a postcard from Joe, and would always respond. We kept in touch for almost a decade. Somewhere along the way I lost track of the tape and repeatedly asked Joe to send me another, but he never did. Eventually we lost touch. I sent him a letter, but never heard back.
Then in August of 2018, I got a phone call from Key West. One of the bartenders at the Chart Room called to let me know that Joe had passed away. They had just had the “interment ceremony," forever corking Joe's ashes into the bartop, right in front of his customary stool. The final part of this ceremony was reading of Joe's Last Will and Testament, handwritten several years earlier on receipt tape and left on file at the bar. Joe had asked that I be given the dusty old reel to reel tape that contained the last evidence of his proudest moments. When I received the tape in the mail, there was a personal note to me and photo of Joe at a party around the time the album was recorded. He told me how much our chance meeting and subsequent communications had meant to him. He said that he wanted me to remember him for his music and the way he was in the photo he included. He also asked me to try to get his music out to anyone who might want to hear it.
So I took it to Nathan Sabatino at Hi-Dez Recording Studio in Joshua Tree, CA, who baked the tape (to prevent shedding), digitized it, and worked some audio miracles cleaning up and mastering this abused 40-year-old reel. I was convinced this incredible album, with its never-was underdog back story, would be fertile ground for a reissue/discovery label like Light in the Attic, Numero Group, or Paradise of Bachelors, but wasn't really sure how to get their attention. I approached my friend Mike Dixon, of PIAPTK Recordings, who had worked with various members of Dr. Dog over the years, about releasing it in a promotional version to help get the word out. We made 250 copies, with an 8x10, Joe's backstory, and a copy of his letter to me. We are sending out 100 copies to record labels, influencers, and radio stations, and selling the other 150 copies to the public to help offset the cost of the promos. If you bought one, and you are reading this, please help us get it into the hands of anyone who might be able to bring attention to Sloppy Joe's swan song. He deserves it - and so does the world.
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