Well, folks, I had one of those moments that I like to claim a minor life victory. One of those times when things just seem to layer against you; just one thing after another. Claim those moments, own them and hold them as banners of triumph when you’re feeling vanquished. Anyway, this one, simple it […]
After I upgraded my iPhone 4S to iOS 6, one of the big issues I was faced with was flagging emails in my personal domain (which is hosted by google apps). This is set-up via Exchange. Turns out the problem is manically simple: the optional domain setting. Under Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > “account […]
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The Borg are always presented as sluggish and morose. Haven’t they heard of coffee? It always makes assimilation into a heartless collective much more pleasant. Hence why every company comes well stocked.
Before we go too far aggrandizing America’s contributions to global culture, let’s remember we also gave the world Joanie Loves Chachie and David Hasselhof. I’m afraid the Internet, Klingon translations of Shakespeare, Chia Pets nor even Snuggies can balance that equation.
Writing feels clunky this morning. Not flowing, not free. Words free, yet lack resonance. Dreams unanswered.
Tomorrow is neigh, Monday lurks beyond the dark, At dawn it shall pounce. Ok, enough on tech. Time to return to some poetry for awhile. May your next week be glorious and satisfying.
This week’s news about the Kindle updates has me wondering about MSFT. Something not talked about much, but strikes me as critical: Amazon’s line-up and array of price-points. Allow people of “lesser means” get into this ecosystem. People will iterate up. Google Android and Kindle understand this. Get us in, get us great content (which […]
Watched the Amazon press conference today. Well, more apt, I watched the CNet life coverage. The CNet crew are awfully fun. Most importantly, I came away longing for a new Kindle Fire. I don’t need or really want the HD features, and $150 is a comfortable price point for me. But them I wonder: is […]
Hey gang, A good friend of mine, Daniel Flahiff, has qualified for the World Triathlon Grand Final Auckland this October. As you can imagine, raising the ~$4,000 for travel is out of reach. However, through the power of the internet, all of us have the opportunity to lend a hand. Via his Go Fund Me site, […]