Stay hungry, stay foolish. 1955-2011
As more and more people got to know that I’m an iPhone developer, I got to hear the following phrase more often: “Hey, you know, I got a great idea for an
A common phrase, “Practice what you preach” has lost its meaning among the RIT faculty. An institution that claims it is among the top in the world with world class professors, innovative techniques
Tablets before and after the iPad: Similarly, here’s how Android devices have changed after the iPhone: via Andrew Warner and via Daring Fireball.
Quick tip: To see how other people or circles view your profile type their name or the circle’s name into the box and you can browse your own profile as someone else.
Three years ago I wrote this post where Steve Jobs said that the App Store will launch with over 500 apps. At the time that was remarkable. Today the app store has over
In light of the News of the World scandal here’s a piece about how easy it is to hack someone’s voicemail. I spoke with John Hering CEO of Lookout, the most
A few weeks ago I posted about the power and benefits of saying or hearing No. If you’re… …not hearing “no”, you’re not really getting your work out there enough, pushing
I was one of the few who stormed the front and gained a Google+ beta invite (actually, I got one from my good friend Joel). After breaching the invite only front door of
Clearly the most important feature: [Google found that] the page with 10 results took 0.4 seconds to generate. The page with 30 results took 0.9 seconds. Half a second delay caused
Robert Andrews of paidContent.org “In the quarter, we have lost about $10 million on The Daily,” News Corp (NSDQ: NWS) president Chase Carey told analysts on the group’s Q3 earnings call.
The iPhone is now available in white. Rumor: The unicorn and Sasquatch will be announced soon.
Edwin Chan of Reuters: The credit-card company has made an unspecified investment in Square, a two-year-old service that helps businesses and consumers pay with credit cards on a mobile phone or Apple Inc
Simply great. From the guys at College Humor: watch Charley and the Apple Factory on YouTube.
I’m looking for a new apartment. I found a listing on craigslist and requested more info and some pictures—this is what I got in return: Hi, I am out of town.
Here’s a collection of April Fools day jokes from around the web. I’ll update this every so often as I find new content. Google Motion — Turn your email into a body
A little bug when trying to drag & drop install the new Firefox 4 into the applications folder on your Mac. (Or maybe you got to this error another way? Please let me
One iPad came back with a post it note on it that said “Wife said no.” It was escalated as something funny, and two of the VPs got wind of it. They sent
It’s something I heard often as a kid, but something I find that I have a hard time expressing. Nobody wants to hear no, but yes will kill you. If my parents
Another great compilation from xkcd’s Randall Monroe. Radiation levels are often described as “ times the normal level” or “% over the legal limit,” which can be pretty confusing. Did you know that bananas
I’ve donated twice already because I strongly believe it is the best way that can help and will bring the most benefit without physically helping. I strongly encourage you to to donate
There are two parts to any successful business: having a product and selling it. Selling is the hard part. The famous quote, “If you build it they will come” is wildly optimistic and
Just kidding, it’s just Twitter spam. Tip: the easiest way to tell if it’s spam is if the user hasn’t set an avatar/image.
Brian Osborne: For me personally, it comes down to the fact that I want to simplify my life when it comes to my smartphone. I prefer the hardware and the OS to be
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