Entries for the ‘Technology and Web’ Category

Top 10 Apps for the Motorola Xoom

Google Books HW Solitaire Gun Bros Air Attack HD Fruit Ninja HD Graphic.ly Comics Dungeon Defender Angry Birds Evermore Word Feud

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The Motorola Xoom and My First Week

What a wonderful device. My First Impressions: The device is very responsive and is a wonderful addition to have between my smart phone and desktop computer. While I played around with the Xoom at the Verizon store I was pretty sceptical. The first couple of minutes I had to figure out the device, it came […]

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Email Newsletters, Do They Really Matter?

For the past few weeks I have been working on Email Newsletters and it got me thinking, do Email newsletters as they currently exist even matter? Many people will answer yes, especially large companies and established bloggers and I do agree to some point, but the way that we currently have to develop HTML newsletters […]

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Where Apple Fails, Google Succeeds

After I wrote yesterdays post regarding Apple’s new subscription model for iOS, Google release their own more powerful subscription model (for everything) called Google One Pass. What is Google One Pass: “It offers purchase-once, view-anywhere functionality, so users can view the content they buy across all of their devices.” Basically this is a subscription service […]

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Has Apple Gone Too Far With The New iOS Subscription Model?

Yesterday Apple announced a new feature for iOS which allowed apps to setup a subscription payment¬†method. At first this sounds great, it means that news papers can come to the iPhone and iPad and transition into the digital medium, but Apple had to be monopolistic. The Curve Ball: If you read the quotes below carefully, […]

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Why Aren’t Websites Optimized for Larger Displays?

After writing the post Why Google TV Will Help Websites For People With Disabilities I realized that Google and many companies aren’t optimizing their websites for larger displays, but they optimizing them for tablets and smart phones. I know that the TV/larger display market isn’t as popular for most people as the smart phone market […]

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Viewing Museums from the Comfort of your Home – Google Bringing Museums to Us

Today is a big step forward for art lovers around the world. Google as teamed up with some of the most famous art museums around the world and has combined Google Street View with a 7-gigapixel camera to give every person around the world the possibility to view these museums and their works of art. […]

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When Technology is Killing Communication Skills

Why do people suck at writing emails? Everyday I get emails from companies, clients, friends and even family that are lacking in a lot of basic verbal and writing skills. Mainly this comes in the form an Emails. I get emails with one to two word subjects and the body of the email is just […]

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My First HTML5 Labs Test

A few months ago I wanted to teach myself HTML5 so recently I decided to take a poster and recreate it online using only HTML5 elements. HTML 5 Elements that I Used: <!doctype HTML> <header> <canvas> Images using SVG items rather than a .jpg or .png <footer> The Poster that I Replicated: You can see […]

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Reading Content on a Digital Device

Do you read on a digital device? I read in the area of 100 blog and web posts a day. I use the content online as my daily news resource instead of watching tv or reading a news paper. I read articles on my office desktop, my netbook, my living room tv, and Android phone, […]

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