Archive for Month: October 2009
Will the Real Tech Community Please Stand Up
Our world today is diluted. The lines have blurred. Everyone has bought into this concept of community – that everyone has something for everyone and we’re one big happy family. Specifically, the concept of the “technology community” which is a term that has come to mean anyone who has a […]
Real hackers are invisible on SpongeFish
Real hackers are invisible on SpongeFish.
Payola, Extortion and Market Correction
For the last two weeks, I’ve been mulling this concept of market correction as it pertains to the web. There are a variety of stories that have been related, in addition to signatory bubble characteristics that I have observed for some time, but it’s all coming into a lot more […]
BlackBerry, Upgraded, Aims to Suit Every User – NYTimes.com
BlackBerry, Upgraded, Aims to Suit Every User – NYTimes.com.
In Test of Water on Moon, Craft Hits Bull’s-Eye – NYTimes.com
In Test of Water on Moon, Craft Hits Bull’s-Eye – NYTimes.com.
IsItAHoliday.com. – Nah!
EarthCam – Webcam Network
EarthCam – Webcam Network.
The Aaron Brazell Train Keeps Rolling
This post is quick and dirty. Sort of a braindump of sorts. I just want to get it out there as I’m coming in to land with the WordPress Bible and doing a delicate dance of travel, and final deadlines. I’m sitting in Orlando International Airport and processing a lot […]