Monthly Archives: March 2011
It seems as though I have avoided this long enough. I began this blog as part of the 2010 Challenge. BTW, I wonder how many Challengers are reading this. I would love to hear from you. I have a few … Continue reading
Do you still use the phone? “I remember when I was growing up, the rule was, ‘Don’t call anyone after 10 p.m.,’ ” Mr. Adler said. “Now the rule is, ‘Don’t call anyone. Ever.’ ” Phone calls are rude. Intrusive. Awkward. “Thank … Continue reading
Here is a video of a Japanese ship taking the tsunami wave head on. In a way, it is the same sensation as when I was out in a big surf, only much, much bigger.
Do you want to save some money on texting? This story might just be the answer. Textfree gives users a free, unique phone number which they can use to send and receive free text messages through the service’s mobile app. … Continue reading
Can you believe it? One billion tweets per week in only five years. And 460,000 new accounts per day. http://techcrunch.com/2011/03/14/new-twitter-stats-140m-tweets-sent-per-day-460k-accounts-created-per-day/
Android is eating into Apple’s iPhone sales big time. Apple was riding high for a long time, but now Android is out selling iPhones. the Android operating system has 31.2% of the US market, up 7.7 absolute percentage points … Continue reading
CNET tests tablets for web speed and battery life. http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20035094-1.html?tag=topStories3