Wired Creates an iPad App and Brings the Digital Revolution to Magazines


Wired Magazine announced their iPad app today to want can only be called “great fanfare” among the geek set. From Chris Anderson’s post on the web version of the site: The arrival of the tablet represents a grand experiment in the future of media. Over the next few months, we’ll integrate social media and offer […]

WordPress-powered Blogs Poised to Own Google Search Results

There were two semi-related bits of news yesterday that have the potential to give WordPress-powered blogs even more of an edge in Google search rankings. Two small changes that are going to change how we find and use information, and it all comes down to one word: PubSubHubbub (PuSH). First we got word that all […]

Is there a perfect blog editor? Does anyone care if there is?


Very soon after I started blogging, I started using a blog editor to power up my blogging (and prevent the “aiiigghhh I lost my connection and my post!!!!” which was very common at conferences, still is actually). In those days I was using Qumana for the most part, which makes sense since I was a […]

Why Tablets will Win the Day–Current E-readers are Lacking

Yes, I want a tablet. No, actually it doesn’t have to be an iPad, though that would certainly be wonderful, but an Internet-enabled tablet is what I think would best suit the things I’d like to do with something not a laptop/netbook and more than a smartphone. Sure I’d love an e-reader, but I know […]

I’m looking forward to reading my books on the iPad and so should you

Yeah, I’ll admit it. I’m pschyed about the iPad. No, it isn’t perfect. Yep there are some obvious flaws (lack of USB port or SD card reader are big ones for me), but I’m excited about how this will change how we use computers. I remember I wasn’t too keen on the iPhone at first, […]