Link to EverythingMe (video)

I wrote about something similar back in 2012. Looks like they’re getting there. Enjoy!

Link to Benedict Evans on the issue of mobile discovery (video)

Great presentation by @benedictevans - with a weak Q&A session – on mobile’s current state.

(Many of you who read this blog may be too young to be able to relate to this but read on. It’s not complicated and you may actually like the idea.) For those of you have been to this thing called a “bookstore” or an airport recently you will understand the joy that is felt, …

Just got done reading this interview of Jonathan Ive and they included this video. Enjoy!

Link to Google’s smartwatch is here!

Looks a lot like the same tech used in Google Glass. #makesSense Enjoy!

Link to Don’t leave your Livr at home (video)

I have a standard joke about leaving your liver at home in a jar on the nightstand if you intend on getting faced – as we used to say. Imagine my surprise when @jaylynstoesz, one of my students, forwarded me this app. Once you get beyond the novelty of this app, it’s actually pretty interesting for …

200 enterprise execs were asked how they were going to tackle mobile applications in 2014 and this is what they said!

Aggregation - Back in the day there was this thing called RSS, which stood for Really Simple Syndication. It was a way of getting a list of all the content that a site created in one easy to read list. Yep. It’s still around. There’s one in the upper right hand corner of this site. Curation – …

I found this on Imgur and thought I would share it. I love Banksy this little piece definitely sums up what people find important these days. Repeat after me, “I must resonate.” I did an experiment about a year ago with my Instagram account. I had about 100 photos and 100 obligatory likes from friends …

$19 billion!??!?!?!!? That’s what I first thought when I heard about the WhatsApp acquisition and to be quite honest – I’m still thinking that. How in the hell are you going to monetize a messaging service?!!?!?  You can’t charge for it? It’s free now and the barriers to leave the service are nonexistent. (500k users left …