What is a browser? Ask the typical man (or woman) on the street that question and you’ll get some surprising answers. Back in April 2009, some folks at Google did just that. They took a video camera to the streets of New York City to ask people “What is a browser?” Watch… Clearly there is […]
Recently an update to the WordPress iPhone/iPad app was released in the iTunes App Store. One of the interesting new features is the ability to record, upload, attach and play videos directly within the app. I know several people who would love to streamline and simplify the process of posting video in near real time, […]
David McCandless is a journalist who has developed a passion for making sense of data, beautifully. It’s a fascinating talk on finding patterns and truth through visualization, when data alone won’t suffice.
Last July, I spoke at the inaugural Ignite/LA on the use of virtual communities to enable strategic knowledge sharing across the enterprise. It took a while, but the video is now online. The Ignite format uses 20 slides which auto-advance every 15 seconds making the presentation length a total of five minutes. The next Ignite/LA […]
Rolling Stone magazine made Kaki King the first women on the Guitar Gods list. Kaki has a unique, percussive style that can’t be fully appreciated without seeing it. Fortunately for us, her entire 15 minute performance at TED is now available. It’s worth watching. Now you’ve seen it. Have a nice Sunday.
Walt Mossberg of the WSJ sat down with Steve Jobs and Bill Gates to discuss the future of computing, the “death” of the PC and life in a “post-PC” world. It’s interesting to hear their vision for where things are going. Hint: look for a lot of innovation in the small form factors (iPhone, tablets, […]