After reading countless articles and looking for a better way to consume email on the iPad, I decided on Accompli, which ultimately became Outlook post Microsoft acquisition. I enjoyed Outlook’s speed, the swiping features and a few other things. After using … Read More »
I’ve been beating the drum for Nintendo to start spreading its software across platforms and moving away from expensive hardware. They’ve fallen behind on consoles and unless they reinvent, like they did with the Wii, they will continue to bleed … Read More »
Resting on Laurels (Again) My thoughts on Nintendo and the direction they should take.
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Since as long as we’ve been developing Web sites and other products, finding quality solutions for project management has been a real challenge. We’ve looked at many cloud applications and landed initially on 37Signals’ Basecamp for project management. Although an … Read More »
This commercial sort of reminds me of Tic-Tacs and Mentos. I’d like to know who at Microsoft approved this spot and what the pitch was from the agency. Let me take a stab at it (in smooth-talking ad-guy voice), “We … Read More »
Many people have said many things already, which have brought tears and chuckles, but I’d like to tell a personal story. A few months ago, I stood in the same room as Steve Jobs, while visiting Apple. He was walking … Read More »
SOSReady is once again supporting the Teens in Tech Conference for 2011. The Teens in Tech Conference is about connecting youth and technology with entrepreneurship, startups and the web; in front of an audience of young entrepreneurs, developers and designers. … Read More »
Just noticed Safari 5 has this nifty feature where you can select, as an alternative to Google, Yahoo! or Bing for your current search! Pretty slick. Uploaded with plasq‘s Skitch!
His observations are remarkable. Blackberry people do always hold it out in their hand like that, particularly women who use them.