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Tweet I’ve had an iPad for about two weeks so far and I think ive put it through enough paces and experiences that I can give it a proper review and verdict. I’ve given my reccommendation on the device many times to other curious individuals, but nothing this in -depth. I bought a 3G model […]
Tweet My mom found this document (I think I wrote it for some TAG/Olympics of the Mind speech competition in 8th Grade.) when she was unpacking the other day. I’ve been searching for it for a while and finding it meant a lot to me. After reading it for the first time in over a decade, […]
Tweet Almost every startup needs to execute a PR strategy in some way or another to succeed. One of the key aspects of executing PR is reaching out to journalists + bloggers (I could write a whole post on the right+wrong way to do this). How do you get that contact info? A lot of […]
Tweet There are rumblings that Apple is going to ban geo-location ads on the iPhone. This is just the start. Here’s what I think is going to happen: Apple will only allow free apps to run ads served by them from their new advertising division they gained via Quattro Wireless. It makes perfect sense. Apple loves […]
Tweet Leaked pic via @MattPRD 3 Things For This Morning iPhone Update 16/32/64 GB Capacities No More 3G, only 3GS, including $99 price point Verizon added iPhone OS Update Bunch of new features related to the iPhone. Mobile Me/ iLife updates have heavy integration. Most of the work done regarding to something new we want […]