Category: Technology

Need a Pro Photography store in Shanghai, China? go here …

Often, we need to get something very specific in the way of professional photographic gear when we are a long way...
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Guest Blogging at the Mobile Garage

I’ve got a post up about our BlackBoard World presentation in Orlando in July. Read it at the Mobile Garage.
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Scribd now using HTML5

Scribd.com has converted it’s application from Flash to HTML5 without the loss of any functionality.  I feel like this is another...
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Transcendent Media Sunday

We are about to launch ” The online TriQuarterly Views”, the first component of the migration of the Triquarterly literary magazine...
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iPads in the Grottoes

Surfing the web with the iPad in Cave 11, Mogao Grottoes. I’ve had a lot of fun demonstrating the iPad. They’ve...
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Opera Mini for iPhone, First Impressions

Jon and I have been playing with the new Opera Mini for the iPhone this morning. So far I have found...
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En Route to Beijing, from the Toronto Lounge

Yes, we are Steve Jobs Fanboys ( & Girls). Next Stop – Beijing.
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Desktop Videoconferencing comes to Northwestern

On April 6, 2010, NUIT announced, to the entire Northwestern Community, that a cross platform videoconferencing service, which delivers high quality...
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Apple iphone @ robert morris university

Chris and I are checking out Apples event on iPhone development at Robert Morris University. Will try and post some pics...
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Farewell to the 2010 Olympics

From today’s online NYTIMES – an online musical auralization of the intervals between gold, silver, bronze and the rest of the...
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“Science kept doing better than we expected,”

From today’s NYTIMES : Findings Will You Be E-Mailing This Column? It’s Awesome By JOHN TIERNEY Published: February 9, 2010 “Perhaps...
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Mobile Apps on the Daily Northwestern –

From the front page of the Daily Northwestern: By Jessica Allen Published: Thursday, January 14, 2010 Updated: Thursday, January 14, 2010...
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