The recent iPad updates are pretty interesting. I wouldn’t consider using an iPad as my primary computer for various reasons. At the same time, I can see the latest iPad, along with the keyboard and mouse (?) support as a primary computer for people with pretty straightforward or general requirements. iPads are like netbooks In…… Continue reading When your iPad is your computer
Kevin Spacey spoke about the importance of changing with the times and giving audiences the stories they crave in the formats they want and on the devices they have in 2013. We can see the industry changing a fair amount lately and Netflix’s Reed Hasting’s comments at the recent Code Conference reflect this. The big question is whether the industry is paying enough attention?
Pokemon Go is almost literally taking the world by storm. I had to share this xkcd comic after seeing a little of the mania in my home with my wife.
Did you breakdance like this in the 1980s? Do you remember breakdancing at all? I saw some kids doing it outside our mall and it brought back memories.
I came across the Citizen’s article titled “Alleged anti-semitic attack in Rosebank ” on Facebook today. According to the Citizen: The assailants allegedly hurled antisemitic insults at the youths and physically assaulted two of the three youngsters. “[The Jewish boys] were wearing kippah [yarmulke],” said Kahn, who stated that the attack was motivated by antisemitism,…… Continue reading South African anti-Semitism means the country is like most others
I realised that one of the reasons I am a little apprehensive about getting too excited about Google+ is that I have a history of getting excited about services and how much better they are at certain things than, say, Twitter only to find the services are bought out, fade away or just die. Illustrations…… Continue reading Did I jinx Google+