What's To Come

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Entries from July 2007

More on the IPhone

July 24th, 2007 · 2 Comments

I’m having trouble getting away from the iPhone. An article from Wired calledThe IPhone Verdict Is In: It’s Finger-Clickin’ Good (what a terrible title!) and a blog by my buddy Dustin Jacobson, “Does iPhone increase Your Coolness Factor” seem to add to my impression of this device. I personally enjoyed the short time I had […]

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Stats, Stats, and More Stats

July 18th, 2007 · 1 Comment

Prior to a talk I gave the other day, I dug around to update some of the statistics. Below are some that I saw: 2 billion mobile subscribers world-wide 235 million mobile subscribers in the U.S. 450 million mobile subscribers in China 10 billion text messages are sent per month YouTube has 100 million downloads […]

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More on Surface

July 12th, 2007 · No Comments

I just ran across an article on Microsoft’s Surface by Eric Picard on ClickZ entitled Advertising on the Surface. He spends some time talking about what advertising might look like in this environment. Worth a quick read!

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Kitten Wars?

July 6th, 2007 · No Comments

My daughter turned me on to a very addicting site – Kittenwar.com. People post pictures of their kittens and the site posts a pair of kittens and you click on the cutest one. Then it cycles to the next pairing. You can then look at the top cutest kittens by their scores and the bottom […]

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Who needs 800 HDTV Channels? I DO!

July 3rd, 2007 · No Comments

Check out Dustin Jacobsen’s blog Shake Gently – advertising technology blog. This is a blog I like to read often. Good thoughts, insights and is gaining a nice following.

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Tags: advertising · HDTV

Digital Interaction

July 3rd, 2007 · No Comments

One of the blogs I routinely read is Futurist.com. In their latest post, they talk about digital interaction seen in Surface Computing and the iPhone. See their post on iPhones, Surface Computing – A New Way. Basically what they are talking about is the ability to interact with the computer screen/phone screen using your hands, […]

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Tags: iPhone · surface computing