Monthly Archive: July 2008

Mygazine a Great Compilation of Magazines

Mygazines is an online, simple yet comprehensive magazine archive. User upload, share, bookmark, send via email, comment on and, of course, read articles from magazines from all over the world. All this is a very...

Randy Pausch Passes Away

I never have sad news here but this one needs to be mentioned: Dr. Randy Pausch passed away yesterday, July 25.  He was a best-selling author and researcher who contributed a lot in the...

Google Knol Released Early This Week

Collaboration is the big buzzword of the year. Goolgle, that is trying to invest time and efforts on anything that has “potential”, is trying once again (after Google Docs) to tap that market. They...

User-generated Encyclopedias Supervised by Experts

An interesting concept employed by Citizendium for instance, is that the crowds generate the content, but the “experts” inspect it for accuracy. Which brings more credibility and a more vast array of information. Since the “experts”...

Screen Capture – iPhone 2.0

Wondering how to get some screen shots of your iPhone’s applications to create tutorials or maybe just to show off on your blog? The iPhone 2.0 platform has a built-in screen capture functionality. Explained...

Is it really all about the users?

I have been really disappointed with the whole sales process for the iPhone 3G. While Apple’s design and advance technologies are impressive, it is fairly disappointing that they still don’t understand it is about...

iPhone 2.0 Applications

Has anyone been surprised by the new iPhone apps? Some amazing ones… Like Loopt.com that lets you know where your friends are on a Google map… Others like Evernote.com that let you take photo...

Hold Off on the iPhone 3G?

An article by Ben Patterson on Yahoo! Tech has case some buzz on the Web lately. It’s title: “5 Reasons to Hold Off on the iPhone 3G”. While I agree with him on some...