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 […]
Being the weekend, I’m sharing something a little more recreational in nature. When I first bought my iPhone 3G (same day they came out), the lines were horrendous. But I did have plenty of time to learn about the new apps that were available. The Apple store employees were showing off their favorite apps, one […]
Seriousness is stupidity sent to college. – PJ O’Rourke I don’t have any particular reason for sharing this quote, other than it caught my eye while reading today and wanted to capture it. My brain is too full to store it, so I’ll use this little corner of the web to do so. If you’ve […]
Nike Soccer hired Guy Ritchie to produce the following 2-minute film that does a terrific job of capturing the dream of millions of young footballers (soccer players, for my US friends) — becoming a pro football player. The film is shot from the first-person perspective, and condensed to show the ups and downs and progression […]
Ever run across a website that made you cringe? Maybe it was the flaming logo, the animated “new” buttons or the painful site navigation. Don’t get mad; get destructive with this cool little site called NetDisaster that came across my desk courtesy of Mark Hurst’s Good Experience newsletter. NetDisaster doesn’t actually damage the site that […]
Here in the states we get a day to rest, reflect, eat too much and watch football. It’s called ‘Thanksgiving.’ Hope your day gives you reason to be thankful.
Wall Street Journal’s tech video blogger Andy Jordan tests Virgin America’s new in-flight instant messaging service. No, you can’t IM your buddies back on the ground. This service only lets you chat with the other passengers on your flight. You enter a seat number to send a chat request. The video is amusing.