End of the Creative Strategies course yesterday and flying out today. Upon takeoff the pilot of my Skywest United flight throttled back and levelled off at about 5000 ft. Then we flew up the bay, slowly, and banking to view all the landmarks. This could have been a mere coincidence between other craft in the air […]
A Canadian TV icon today was honoured with a Google Doodle (on the .ca Google page anyway) on what would have been his 85th birthday; Ernie Coombs was better known as Mr. Dressup.
I recognized a few apps there 🙂 Quite a lot of work, well done.
A couple of years ago, I was all into and enjoyed building desktop computers, picking out the right video card, selecting the best motherboard and generally digging deep into the innards of my future computing platform. And designing the perfect ‘office’ computing environment with short cable runs, ample power for my accessories and lots of […]
Ever since the iPhone and iPod Touch caught the attention of developers of developers with an interest in music, there have been music apps in the iTunes App store. With yesterday’s announcement of Garage Band for iPad these smaller niche developers could be challenged by the vast development resources Apple can bring to bear. […]
The title of this post refers to something that is kinda alien to me. Yet, it shouldn’t be. For the last 20 years or so, my life has been online, in one form or another. Yes, I’m a digital nomad, living in a digital world, confused by those who insist on staying offline. As more people […]
Once upon a time, not too long ago, in the latter part of the last century — say the 60’s and 70’s, consuming media was clumsy and cumbersome. It seemed that you had to make a special appointment with your hardware to listen to the latest band or show some friends your latest photos. You […]