Archive for November, 2012
Nov. 23, ‘12: ESPN would feature the games on ESPN, ESPN Radio, ESPN Mobile TV and via WatchESPN on computers, smartphones, tablets and Xbox LIVE. SplatF office pool: What year will you be able to stream those games without a cable (or equivalent) subscription? Ever?
Nov. 20, ‘12: I don’t believe it either, but it’s already late November. You’ve got about a month to figure out holiday gifts. And I’m here to help with a few ideas for the design geek/lumberjack/special lady in your life. 1) Funky wallets … Continue reading →
Nov. 19, ‘12: Matthew Belinkie: At Overthinking It, Law & Order is analyzed by two separate yet equally important groups: the people who watch the show and send in the data, and the people who build the spreadsheets. These are their findings… Neat. (Via Nilay … Continue reading →
Nov. 13, ‘12: Siri is a promise. A promise of a new computing environment, enormously empowering to the ordinary user, a new paradigm in our evolving relationship with machines. Siri could change Apple’s fortunes like iTunes and App Store…or end up being like … Continue reading →
Nov. 12, ‘12: Thanks to John Gruber for inviting me on The Talk Show again last week. This time, we mostly talked about two of my favorite topics: iPads and airplanes. A couple SplatF posts I referenced: 24 Hours With The iPad Mini: This … Continue reading →