MyQuire, experiences, and DEMOfall 2007 conference

In early June I hinted of change. One of those changes was my decision to join the Quire, Inc. team developing a web application known as MyQuire. Since then, I’ve experienced the joys of working [physically] in an "office" which made Nerf gun wars a reality meant help was a slap on the back of […]

MOTOROKR S9, wireless – sounds OK, looks dorky

UPDATE 10/29: Lindsay has been selected as the winner. Email confirmation sent. Congrats Lindsay! Motorola is trying their best to make a niche for themselves in the mobile entertainment arena with the ROKR (rocker get it?) line of cellphones & accessories. Sprint / Motorola sent me Motorola’s latest, the MOTOROKR S9. Although I admit fascination […]

Maybe shopping in person actually does save time?

Yesterday I was hoping to have some free time to visit the grocery store to pick-up a few necessities. Unfortunately, I realized all too late that hopping in a car for a trip to the grocery store was out of the question. Having heard a thing or two about the “convenience” of shopping online for […]

$200 iPhone price-cut?! I expected that next year

UPDATE 09/06: Steve Jobs posts an open letter confirming that early iPhone adopters will receive a $100 voucher to be used at the Apple Store. September 5th, Apple announces new iPod hardware – which iPod are you? Not surprising considering early rumors spoke of such updates weeks ago. What was not expected was the significant […]

Logitech Harmony 720, an easy-to-use universal remote

Despite the fact that I had managed to keep my home entertainment system "clean" and free of exposed wiring, I was still juggling three different remotes (depending on what I was doing) – one remote for the Toshiba 42HL67, a second for the digital cable box, and a third for the Mvix MX-760HD. Although both […]