It’s been a while since I took a look at what’s cool in the mobile eBook reader space, as I’ve been quite satisfied with my current reading apps (GoodReader for PDFs, Stanza for ePubs) and their use with Calibre (a must-have eBook library management program). So today I’ve installed ReadMill — a ‘social’ eBook reader […]
Long time Twitter ‘accessory’ Hashable is finally out of beta, and closing down effective July 25th 2012, according to an email I received late yesterday: Dear Hashable Users, We regret to inform you that the Hashable mobile apps and Hashable.com will be shutting down on July 25th. The service will be unavailable after this date. […]
So, I’ve been watching the amazing work of Peter Hollens for a while now, both through Empire Avenue and his YouTube channel. And this Skyrim theme cover is some of his best. And yes, I’m writing about it because it hits a few areas for me, multi-voice tracks, video gaming, soundtracks. Oh, and it also […]
This likely won’t come as a shock to many of you; I’ve been invited to go work on Empire Avenue. Of course, I said yes. Starting Thursday, September 1st, my role will be, as with any startup, kinda fuzzy to begin with. Officially I’ll be the Director of Social and Community Management. In reality, I’ll […]
Earlier today Feedly was reintroduced to the iPad iOS world with significant buzz — Robert Scoble profiled the reader (check the video below). One of the notable things about Feedly is its HTML 5 base — which allows the majority of functions to be device agnostic (Android, Windows Phone, etc). But on iOS devices, there […]
It’s a notebook, plain and simple. A very well-made notebook, to be sure. It is, perhaps, a premium notebook (which would justify the price). I know, I have one. And it’s quite nice. Yet, Moleskine is also a brand that brings a lot of emotion and sentiment to the humble notebook. Notebooks are about remembering […]
A friend (hi @leask) recently ordered an iPad 2 and asked me for a list of apps that I’d recommend. Obviously I was flattered and this post is the result.