Ah, I love Macs! I’m ready for one of these…and ready for the budget to be ready. Sigh…
I’ve posted another column to Backwash. Check it out!
MacJournal has been a critical tool for me as a writer. This is where I explore so many of my ideas for columns, essays, poetry or fiction. It’s a wonderfully well thought out piece of software. Most fun for me, as I have been blogging, has been it’s interface with Blogger. It works with Livejournal, … [Read more…]
Wired News: Second Life Gets Sexier Sex toy interfaces and the web brings a whole new meaning to the idea of bio-informatic interfaces.
If you’re having trouble installing PlanPlus (FranklinCovey) software vs. 3 on your PocketPC (such as my iPaq), try this advice here. LivePerson Secure Email and FAQs
Spy program snoops on cell phones | Tech News on ZDNet: “New software that hides on cell phones and captures call logs and text messages is being sold as a way to monitor kids and spouses. But one security company calls it a Trojan horse. “ I don’t like the idea of covert monitoring of … [Read more…]
Hot rival may be just what Microsoft needs The competetion that Google is offering up to Microsoft will be the best thing that has ever happened to it. That is, of course, assuming that the Giant of Redmond will be able to rise to the challenge. AOL’s choice to snub MS and go with Google … [Read more…]
One thing I would love to see: an Apple tablet PC. Apple’s interface is so much nicer, the device more stable, and Apple has some great handwriting recognition software in the form of the old Newton OS. They would make a more elegant machine. One that used bluetooth to connect a keyboard to the device, … [Read more…]
Wired News: Technorati: A New Public Utility An excellent insight into Technorati and the emergence of the blogs. Also, Mr. Penenberg points out that the mainstream media and blogosphere are becoming quite dependent on each other. These don’t need to be competetive institutions. They are quite complementary.
Wireless, Palms & PDAs – bizjournals.com More on the Blackberry plight. I’m pretty convinced that there won’t be a service shut-down. NTP has a lot to gain by letting RIM keep selling, and RIM has the world to lose if they screw up again with this. Besides whatever losses they would incur with the NTP … [Read more…]