So, you’ve got a fancy Apple Watch, but sometimes don’t want to show it off. Maybe you’re going to a part of town where your watch might make you a target for crime, or maybe you want to customize your watch without permanently changing it, or maybe you just like to throw people off. Well… Continue reading Hiding your Apple Watch in Plain Sight
Gather round for this history lesson, youngsters, as I tell you about this bad boy – the Royal DM2070 Organizer (That’s right, it had a flip cover) As best as I can remember, I bought this thing sometime in 1999 for around $30. This was a time long before smartphones, when the best PDAs around… Continue reading The Immortal Royal Organizer
… Remembering to update the page. Was asked today to take on additional web management duties at DSU (We’re making a push to have up-to-date contact information for everyone). Not a big deal – the contact system is very functional and takes very little time to update. It’s a push to de-centralize updating it, which… Continue reading The Single Biggest Problem in Web Development Is…
Colleagues of mine have looked at the interesting relationship between anticipating a favorable event (Savoring) and lumbering up to an unforable event while forlorn (Dread). And I can attest to experiencing both of those emotions. Thankfully today it’s the former, not the latter. The earliest rumors of the Apple Watch date back to 2012, and… Continue reading Savoring
Recently I’ve found myself writing comments on other people’s posts and then deciding at the last moment not to post them. Obviously it’s a good idea to always read over what you intend to say before you say it, and it’s usually at that point that I realize that what I’m about to say isn’t… Continue reading I realize that I Sometimes Comment Selfishly
Saw this just now via MacRumors – a wonderful note that our friends at Oracle have decided to bundle the Ask.com toolbar (an invaluable tool if there ever was one) with the Mac version of Java (as they’ve done with the Windows version for some time)… For years, Oracle has been bundling an Ask.com search… Continue reading Oracle, Are You Really Hurting for Cash This Badly?
Why should professors care that VLC is back? Because it’s awesome for playing back video files on an iOS device – making it invaluable if you teach by projecting your device using a cable or by AirPlay to an Apple TV or AirPlay server. The best part? Simply connect your device to your computer, go into… Continue reading Professors Take Note: VLC Is Back on iOS
http://appadvice.com/appnn/2015/01/fiftythrees-pencil-stylus-is-now-available-through-apple Thinking of picking up one of these this weekend, to add to the stylus collection I have. It’s funny how pencil and paper work so well for what they do, we’re still trying to find a good replacement in the electronic age. It’s very surreal when you consider that we spend upwards of $500… Continue reading FiftyThree’s Pencil Stylus