Looking back on my blogging history, which arguably goes back to the late 1990’s, I discovered that when I have access to an offline blogging/authoring tool I write more. My … Continue reading Trying Blogsy
Bryan Alexander, Senior Fellow for the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE), and I had an exchange on Google+ regarding how to think about mobile OS dominance. Our … Continue reading Compare ecosystems, not Android vs iOS
2011 marks my 20th year as a mobile computing person. I’ve used — not just reviewed or fiddled with — virtually every flavor of mobile device made for the panoply … Continue reading Tablets are Enterprise…
Up until the early part of July I was using a DODOcase for protecting my iPad. It seemed pretty nice, but during my world travels I discovered that the bamboo … Continue reading Tuch iPad Sleeve
A few weeks ago I received a DODOcase for my iPad. For those of you not familiar with DODOcase, it is a handmade “cover” for the iPad that makes it look like … Continue reading My iPad and a DODOcase
Well, it shouldn’t come as a big surprise but I picked up an iPad. It has been an interesting two weeks, and I have to say this little device (which … Continue reading Two weeks with my iPad: more than hardware
Forget tablet computing and smart phones. This paradigm is about application-focused and user-centered technology not one-computer-to-do-it-all, or an ultra-connected communication device.