Thought I would add a few photos I took the other day up at New River, Arizona. New River is a small town about 10 miles or so north of Phoenix along the I-17. There used to be a stop there called Jack Ass Acres. It was a country store of sorts, with a couple of gas pumps. It was later moved, the owner sold it, down around the bend where it stayed open for a few years. More on my other website.
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We need to go back and teach kids to debug their code. Seems like today no one really know how to go about do this. A nice article on why this should be so.
Quartz Composer is a freely-available Mac OS X application by Apple that’s been around for nearly a decade. It was never designed for the purpose of interaction prototyping though: it’s primarily a motion graphics tool.
So if you like William Shatner, aka Captain Kirk or the many other roles he has played you will enjoy what is suppose to be his Reddit website. It is full of links and comments and playing around by many people. Take a look at have some fun!
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To stay on top of the tech game you need to protect your discoveries. Bill Gates started that idea a long time ago. At a time when people shared ideas, Billy was busy patenting. That lesson was learned by Apple when it lost its legal battle over Windows. Today Apple patents and protects with the best. And its also a look into the future of Apple products as you have to patent, or at least apply to protect new ideas from being stolen by the competition. From cable design, to the cover on the iPad to face recognition and more new things are on the way. This article goes into more depth.
It seems like new ways to improve marketing on the Net appear daily. Here is proof. Twenty nine new ways to automate, help, make sense of your marketing efforts and help with your work. From optimization to readability to Google to Twitter and more. Each new tool has its use. The big question for me is always how to insert it into the daily plan.
Seems like dead famous people are in the news again. This time James Dean takes the spot battling Twitter. This could set the new legal precedent before its all done. Who knew that dead people could bring so much attention in 140 characters or less. @JamesDean sure does cause a stir.
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