Microsoft Gets Smart in Opening Office

Among the bigger problems Microsoft has had over the years is being very insular and proprietary. Their idea of "getting" the Internet was creating a web browser and buying Skype. But their core apps, … [Read more...]

Fear and Loathing of Periscope – The US Open Freaks Out

The US Open golf tournament is on this week from the great Pacific Northwest. For the first time, spectators are allowed to bring cell phones onto the course, but they are being warned not to use the … [Read more...]

Is Radio Dead? Ask Disney

Traditional terrestrial radio was a big thing for me growing up. I loved radio and my love is partially responsible for why I became one of the first people to Podcast. But Podcasting, along with … [Read more...]

What’s the Perfect Size Phone?

How important was it for Apple to increase the screen size of the iPhone? The new iPhone 6 is out today and lines are longer than they have been for years. There are plenty of other great features, … [Read more...]

Apple Kills It With Opening iOS 8

I think Apple has been coasting since Steve Jobs died, trying to find themselves. One of the things Jobs told now CEO Tim Cook was to not think about what Steve Jobs would do but to do what Cook … [Read more...]

Lactation Support – An Actual Practical Use For Google Glass

Google Glass is compelling technology and the first bold move in the world of wearable computing. But other than taking pictures and video, we have not seen too many practical uses for Glass. This is … [Read more...]

Mink Printer Lets You Print Custom Makeup at Home

I love disruptive products. They're one of the exciting things about our digital world. The Mink printer is a disruptive product that combines dyi and 3d printing to allow girls to literally print … [Read more...]

Flexible Displays Advance – Key to the Wearable Future

Wearable computing is for real and I think will begin to make an impact later this year. 2015 could be THE year of the wearable. But I think one of the big keys to wearables taking off are flexible … [Read more...]

Google, Nest, and the Internet of Things

Google is suffering an identity crisis between it's software and hardware sides. Google has done a good job locking down it's systems and software side of the business. Android is a successful mobile … [Read more...]

Online Journaling Apps: Diaro and Day One

I have taken to journaling lately and I have found it a great way to work out thoughts and ideas in private. You can say many things to yourself in your own head, but something more magical happens … [Read more...]