Those who tell stories rule society.
My wife and I don’t go to the movies much, except lately. We went to three movies in three nights last weekend. This was preparation for Sunday’s Academy Awards party we are going to. We saw Martin Scorcese’s best picture [...]
There are lots of hidden features in iOS the operating system used on iPhones and iPads. Here are three features you probably didn’t know about that work on iPads running iOS version 5 and above:
Why do many app creators—large companies, startups and individuals—think it is okay to take all the contact information in our digital address books without asking our permission? I would argue that those permissions aren’t even ours to give since it is not our information, by and large, but other people’s. Why should they have access [...]
AT&T tried at first to suppress “hello” as a vulgarity.
America Calling: A Social History of the Telephone to 1940 (p. 71)
Claude S. Fischer.
I am researching the next person in my series Titans and Tyrants of Technology following last fall’s presentations on Charles Babbage. My [...]
I do quite a bit of video production. So, I am always on the lookout for tools to make the post-production effort easier. My main tools for post-production are a beefy Windows 7 rig, running Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. I have tried many other programs. That list includes, but is not limited to: Final Cut [...]
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