I don’t like social sharing interface for most apps. They force their sales pitches into the messages, either by brute force, not giving users the option to edit, or by hoping we’ll be too lazy to delete their self-serving messages. I want a choice!
I’ll be live blogging the REBarcamp in Sacramento today and testing a couple of new features in the Zeek Live Blog app, including posting updates without linking back to this post. In looking back on my stream from previous conferences, the link just gets in the way if the entire point can be made in […]
A live blog of the Buzzre conference in Portland, Oregon.
This post is a live demo of an iPhone app and Wordpress plugin we’re developing. It was used at the OC Wordpress Meetup in Huntington Beach, CA on 3/29/2010 and continues to be used for some testing purposes.
A live blog of Gahlord Dewald’s RETech South presention. He is focusing on how to improve your social media efforts using web analytic tools.
This morning, Marie Hattar, VP of Network Systems and Security Solutions at Cisco, was one of the keynote presenters at Interop. She shared her excitement a few weeks ago on Twitter, but didn’t let the cat out of the bag about what Cisco security innovation would be unveiled. We’ve been chomping at the bit to […]
While I love the camera on my iPhone 3Gs, sometimes the light is not quite right for the perfect shot. Lots of apps exist on the iPhone to help you remedy this problem. I’ve tested dozens. I can confidently say that none of them are as easy to use as Adobe’s Photoshop.com Mobile.
Back in November of 2008, I wrote up a quick review of two iPhone panorama stitching applications – Panorama vs. Pano. Shortly after that review, Panorama changed it’s interface, but it has remained my panorama app of choice. Until tonight. Enter AutoStitch for iPhone. AutoStitch appears to be based on the same core technology as […]