AT&T FamilyMap, keeping tabs on your “loved” ones

  • April 19th, 2009

On April 15th AT&T Wireless launched its browser based service FamilyMap which allows account holders to track mobile phones using cell tower triangulation or GPS (when available). Think of it as a personal lo-jack – only instead of tracking a vehicle or motorcycle, it’s purpose is to track individuals. To fulfill my curiosities concerning the […]

Tracking Key, GPS tracking for your clandestine bag of gadgets

  • January 1st, 2008

GPS technology is becoming increasingly attainable by the average consumer. Decreasing prices have resulted in an increase in the number of portable GPS units on the road today. I recently picked up the entry level Garmin Nuvi 200W and find myself becoming increasingly dependent of the technology. Roughly one out of 10 vehicles I see […]

Tick – Web 2.0 time & budget tracking

  • July 21st, 2006

Time & money. Both valuable commodities concerning personal & client project management. Over the past few weeks I have spent a great deal of time experimenting with services and applications designed to improve overall management and productivity. From the open source Basecamp alternative known as activeCollab, web based services such as Blinksale, and desktop solutions […]

W3Counter – Kind of reminds me of Mint

  • July 6th, 2006

Web admins have a wide set of choices when it comes to website analytical tracking services. Some of the more popular services offer a free version which allows just about anyone with an inquisitve mind to track their visitors, hits, and uniques. I, for one, rely and admire the awesome utility provided by Shaun Inman […]