I wrote before about my TomTom Go 700 portable GPS system. Now I’ve graduated to the newer version, the TomTom 910. I hadn’t expected to make the jump so soon, but a number of things came together to push me toward this nice new device. My old TomTom Go 700 was great, but maps were [...]
I have a dream. I have a dream where when if I’m signed into more than one Google property, I won’t get signed out of all of them just because I leave one. I dream of a world where I can have Gmail open on one Firefox tab, Google Analytics on another, Google AdSense on [...]
I’ve long promised to do a big write-up about my Microsoft MSN Direct SPOT watch, and I promise, it’s coming soon. I have a long plane ride coming up next week where I plan to get it done. But given the news of Google now giving mobile traffic information, I wanted to do a quick [...]
Our Search Engine Strategies show in San Jose is less than a month away, but I got a positive feedback already from a future attendee who finds the event it working for him before even getting there. Seems he came across the page where I list speaking tips for potential speakers. Scroll down on this [...]
About two months ago, I purchased an digital picture frame that I highly recommend to anyone who wants to see their digital photos easily without resorting to printing them out. My frame is a Philips 7FF1AW/05, as shown below. I’d seen electronic photo frames before, but they were always so absurdly priced. I made the [...]
One of my best friends, Greg Hernandez, is now blogging. Interested in the intersection of gays and gay issues in Hollywood. His Out In Hollywood blog is covering the scene. NOTE: Greg has now moved to Greg In Hollywood.
Philipp Lenssen is doing a monitor chain, where you take a picture of a blog post on your screen, then the next person takes a picture of you blogging that, and so on and so on. What the heck. I’m game. Here’s Philipp on my screen(s): And Philipp’s instructions: I’m trying to do a monitor [...]