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Heads Up

I don’t text very much. I’m a fast touch typist but I never mastered thumbing the virtual keyboard on a smart phone. And with my vision fading, I don’t spend a lot of time […]

By |April 28th, 2014|Categories: News/Views, Uncategorized||Comments Off on Heads Up

Blink, Then Move on

There are often subtle changes in software that really aren’t all that important in the bigger context. But they are momentarily frustrating or amusing. When I run across these, I’ll do a little post […]

By |April 11th, 2014|Categories: News/Views, Uncategorized|Tags: |Comments Off on Blink, Then Move on

Earbud Blues

I hate ear buds. I can’t find the ones that work best for me. It’s become my search for the Holy Grail. It’s difficult to find a pair that lasts. It only took six […]

Stitcher Radio Changes Frequencies

It’s hard to convey how much I depend on Stitcher Radio. I’m a huge consumer of news and Stitcher radio is my information supermarket. There were of course my regular shopping list, US news, […]

Demo Dilemma

 

The very first Meetup I attended was the NYC Mobile Forum organized by Amanda Moskowitz. She has consistently found interesting new app developers who come to demo their products. In the beginning I attended […]

Siri: seriously

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A Vision of Dragon NaturallySpeaking

Losing Sight But Gaining Perspective

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Technology Road Trip Blues

I haven’t been traveling as much over the past couple of years. For the past 30 years or so I have been globetrotting. It was a dream come true for a poor kid from Indianapolis. […]

I Can’t Hear You Now!

I took a technological sabbatical. After way too many years of being mired in the quicksand of tech innovation, I pulled myself out and mentally sat on the beach drinking Mojitos. 

It’snot that I got […]