Over at the Future Shop Techblog I posted this item about the difference between journalism 40years ago (when we were landing on the moon) and today. The upshot is that the Tech is cutting out the middleman, and making journalism more accessible to everyone. But is it quality journalism? Does having a J‑school sheepskin really […]
I’ve decided to take a look back at some of the content I’d published previously. This random, ongoing ‘feature’ titled From the archives will let me review older posts, and maybe add new insight that only the distance of time can provide. Today’s inaugural item is particularly timely as we head into a recession with […]
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Yikes! This is waaay overdue (sorry about that) The Mini-Book Expo concept is simple, yet I managed to blow Rule # 4: Blog it. * Post something about the book within a month of getting it So, without further ado, here’s my mini review! Title: A Case of Exploding Mangoes Author: Mohammed Hanif Publisher: Random […]
A friend of mine pointed me to this brilliant post (via iPhone Central) The concept is simple; Scan the front and back of all your barcoded membership cards, and carry them around in your iPhone. To test it out I went to the local hardware store and asked the girl behind the counter if she […]
Walt Mossberg (Wall Street Journal tech guy) has a video review that may help: Interesting item, but it’s still too pricey for me.
Lifehacker has this cool article showing you how to pimp your Win Mobile to be all iPhoney. …you can customize your Windows Mobile phone to emulate several of the iPhone’s more interesting features, like the iPhone’s home screen, flick-scroll contacts, and the fancy slide-to-unlock. You’ll need an application — available here, and some free time […]