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Daily Selfie App Didn’t Survive iPhone Upgrade, Time to Rethink Priorities

Daily Selfie App Didn’t Survive iPhone Upgrade, Time to Rethink Priorities I’ve been using Everyday.app on my iPhones since April 2011, using it to grab a daily selfie that could be used to create time-elapse videos. This was something that I began, in part, because these videos disproved something that I was accused of many years ago, that I only published flattering photos of myself … Continue reading Daily Selfie App Didn’t Survive iPhone Upgrade, Time to Rethink Priorities

Reminder For Those Shopping From Home

Hope y’all are enjoying Black Friday from the comfort of your home. Just a reminder for those of you doing your holiday shopping at Amazon.com, if you’d kindly begin your search with one of the links below it’ll help moi while I continue my “Next Chapter” of my career. Besides my good friend, Tom Lucas’ latest book, this list was inspired by podcasters or those … Continue reading Reminder For Those Shopping From Home

TWiTs Get A Brick House

I’ve been a fan of Leo Laporte and his various projects beginning with finding the old ZD-TV and a kindred geek-soul while channel surfing. He used to joke that this was everyone’s worse nightmare: a geek with his own TV show. Apparently it’s the kind of nightmare that many of us would consider our dearest dream, because the vision of one geek with access to media is now about to leap into it’s fourth iteration: the TWiT Brick House.

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Saying Adios To a Stranger Who Was Like a Friend…

Two years ago I was introduced to something called Podcasting by my doctorate buddies from Pepperdine. I was one of those guys, because of my love and my work in technology, always had Tech-TV playing in the background, keeping me up-to-date on whatever was happening in the tech world. Alas, when Tech-TV disappeared podcasting stepped up to fill the gap. I noticed early on that, … Continue reading Saying Adios To a Stranger Who Was Like a Friend…