I’ve been doing a lot of writing lately. I gave myself a deadline of today to finish an article I’ve been thinking of for a week and spent the whole day having writers block. As soon as I walked out the door to pick up our Chinese takeout for the evening, 100 ideas came swarmingContinue reading “I should know better than to leave home without paper and a pencil”
At an RV show today # “CBS Beams ‘Star Trek’ Episodes to iPhones”: http://bit.ly/11Hk04 (via @motionblur) in reply to motionblur # There goes my sunday: http://www.2600online.com/ # RT @whitelabelspace: China to Launch Space Station in 2010: http://tr.im/gU0q # restless # RT @tferriss: “Freedom” disables networking on a Mac for up to 8 hours. Get someContinue reading “Twitter Updates for 2009-03-06”
Here’s a quote I overheard this week about the economy in the US: “You have to close your laptop because you can’t stand to look at your retirement fund any more.” Let’s think about this for a second. This one sentence is very indicative of many of the situations I hear people in. This sentenceContinue reading “A little perspective”
I don’t often laugh out loud at stuff, but this is hilarious: http://tinyurl.com/aqp8ta # The further south we travel today the nicer people get. I think we should move. # coloring outside the lines # Retweet @motionblur: Apple introduces Safari 4 beta: http://bit.ly/jteBY # Looks like we’re going to have clear skies to observe CometContinue reading “Twitter Updates for 2009-02-27”
Yes, you do have 10 mins today to watch this and you need to. It’s okay, Facebook still will be there when you get finished watching. http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=3261363&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=&fullscreen=1The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.
Netflix Inc Chief Financial Officer Barry McCarthy said on Wednesday it plans to offer its online streaming service on a stand-alone basis. “We’re likely to do that in the foreseeable future,” McCarthy said at the Jefferies 5th annual Internet and Media conference in New York. via Netflix To Offer ‘Streaming Only” Plans .
As if phones didn’t already do enough, one of the latest mobile apps transforms iPhones and iPod Touches into portable charge card terminals. ProcessAway plugs into Authorize.net’s payment processing platform, allowing entrepreneurs to accept credit card payments anywhere they can access the internet. via App turns iPhone into a credit card terminal – Springwise.
There is a new series on Fox called Dollhouse which I’ve been watching(at least the first two episodes). An organization keeps programmable humans that you can have customized for any purpose and “rent” for a large fee for whatever you want. The idea is pretty interesting. As with most Sci Fi shows, the audience isContinue reading “Some thoughts on Dollhouse”
Retweet @motionblur: Google Chrome for Mac is on its way. Here’s the first screenshot: http://bit.ly/3Ezh8 # 10 ways Microsoft’s Retail stores will differ from Apple stores. I like #3 and #5 best: http://tinyurl.com/brtan8 # Anyone have any thoughts on the costco executive membership vs the gold star? # Retweet @Veronica: New blog post: The TrilogyContinue reading “Twitter Updates for 2009-02-20”
Having fun outsourcing, who woulda thunkit # Anyone know if the Kindle 2 has native PDF support? # Installing google sync: http://www.google.com/mobile/default/sync.html # Full moon tonight. Remember to load your favorite weapon with silver bullets just in case. # Move over Mozy, Sugarsync is here: http://www.sugarsync.com/ # The Kindle and the End of the EndContinue reading “Twitter Updates for 2009-02-13”