A World Without Privacy

I’m increasingly coming around to the the thinking Google is using in it’s case. Privacy is gone. We are being watched, tracked, monitored continuely. There aren’t many secrets in a person’s life. A lot fewer than most think. I am begining to wonder if it’s worth the fight to get them back. The world just… Continue reading A World Without Privacy

Microsoft Acquires DATAllegro

Some good links on the DATAllegro acquisition from Curt Monash and commentary. Now this is an acquisition I can get excited about! Orange county – wonder if they need anyone famaliar with SQL Server?

Recognizing the Problem

From Ballmer’s now public email: Apple: In the competition between PCs and Macs, we outsell Apple 30-to-1. But there is no doubt that Apple is thriving. Why? Because they are good at providing an experience that is narrow but complete, while our commitment to choice often comes with some compromises to the end-to-end experience. This… Continue reading Recognizing the Problem

800Notes.com

My friend Dave Tavres pointed me to this tip on figuring out what those unknown phone numbers are, http://800notes. Very cool – let’s you tell others if it’s a telemarketer. Seems like a lot of work though… Wonder if my wife would use it. That’s always the test.

iPhone Exchange Issues

A list of issues/features with the iPhone’s Exchange support. A very complete list. I think it highlights that the iPhone is a consumer phone with Exchange support versus Windows Mobile and Blackberry phones which are enterprise phones with a few consumer features. Most of the people I know pay for their own phones, even if… Continue reading iPhone Exchange Issues

iPhone 2.0 Software

Just gathering my thoughts on the iPhone 2.0 Software after 5 days of playing with it. Positives: The apps. Particularly the games. Games as web apps were aweful. Cube Runner and Aurora Feint are fun. Exchange synch of calendar and contacts. It’s not as nice as Windows Mobile in some ways, but better in others. Negatives… Continue reading iPhone 2.0 Software

iPhone 2.0 Software

Just gathering my thoughts on the iPhone 2.0 Software after 5 days of playing with it. Positives: The apps. Particularly the games. Games as web apps were aweful. Cube Runner and Aurora Feint are fun. Exchange synch of calendar and contacts. It’s not as nice as Windows Mobile in some ways, but better in others. Negatives… Continue reading iPhone 2.0 Software

iPhone 2.0 Software

Just gathering my thoughts on the iPhone 2.0 Software after 5 days of playing with it. Positives: The apps. Particularly the games. Games as web apps were aweful. Cube Runner and Aurora Feint are fun. Exchange synch of calendar and contacts. It’s not as nice as Windows Mobile in some ways, but better in others. Negatives… Continue reading iPhone 2.0 Software

iPhone 2.0 Software

Just gathering my thoughts on the iPhone 2.0 Software after 5 days of playing with it. Positives: The apps. Particularly the games. Games as web apps were aweful. Cube Runner and Aurora Feint are fun. Exchange synch of calendar and contacts. It’s not as nice as Windows Mobile in some ways, but better in others. Negatives… Continue reading iPhone 2.0 Software