Archive for March, 2012
Mar. 23, ‘12: Seriously one of the most impressive, underappreciated technology companies in the world. I’ve been fortunate to have spent some time behind the scenes at MLB Advanced Media, and they really do great work there. Nice profile by Chuck Salter for … Continue reading →
Mar. 22, ‘12: Pretty funny list from Matt Buchanan at BuzzFeed. I’ve been wondering: Under Google’s ownership, will Motorola still name phones things like the “Razr Maxx”? Just seems cheap and lowbrow.
Mar. 22, ‘12: Marco Arment and Richard Dunlop-Walters’ renamed “Give Me Something To Read” listing of great long-form articles. Includes, of course, built-in Instapaper links. (Arment explains why here.) A useful site if you have time to read stuff, in the vein of Longreads. … Continue reading →
Mar. 21, ‘12: Peter Farago, writing on Flurry’s blog: In January 2011, the U.S. accounted for 28% of the world’s total iOS and Android device activations, while China accounted for 8%. In February, Flurry calculated that China surpassed the United States in monthly … Continue reading →
Mar. 20, ‘12: I did a standup tour called Dangerously Delicious. Then I filmed it at the Warner Theatre in DC in June of 2011. I paid for the production myself and wanted to release it online. While I was trying to figure … Continue reading →