Somewhere, we got it in our heads that reading requires all kinds of constructs – paper, flipping pages, uninterrupted experiences, etc. And yes, to consume information does require some of Continue reading
After a small break, the Carnival of the Mobilists is back and it’s a sizable helping. Several contributions in this edition including one from myself. Grab a cup of coffee/tea Continue reading
Am currently reading Twelve Ordinary Men (MacArthur, Amazon) and am again reading this book that challenges me to pay attention to details in faith that I commonly want to skip.
I was just reading about yet another head-hunter (job finder, resume, CV, etc.) engine. And I have to ask if it is really needed? Aren’t search engines now advanced enough Continue reading
Back when the TAT UX video, The Future of Screens, was released, I remarked that this would provide for me some homework. I meant that in respect to how I Continue reading
Oh this is good. Taken nearly out if context on my part, and at the same time speaks to the paradigm shift that so many are missing.
That was a bit quick (from my perspective). Brighthand has published my review of the Samsung Fascinate for Verizon. As with the other Samsung Galaxy S models that I’ve reviewed Continue reading
Much of my day today has been spent looking outside of the window towards clouds and rain. It causes reflection and a few naps if you aren’t careful. At the Continue reading
Maybe it is because on a rainy day, you get to spend a bit more time in reflective thought. Or, maybe it is seeing a fellow mobilist do something that Continue reading
Maybe it is because of the current personal financial crunch I’m going through. Or, maybe it is because until today, it had been nearly two weeks since I biked (or Continue reading
I think that devices like the iPad are neat not just because they point to some of the changes that are happening with technology, but also how it can point Continue reading
This week, MMM was invited to the Verizon Developer’s Conference in Las Vegas to participate with WIP alongside their management and coverage of the unpanel and a few chat sessions. Continue reading