Tom Hume on: Off-hours mobile usage

Tom, below, makes an interesting observation that is complemented by another observation by Mark Curtis. Two points jump our to me:1) Do we have any flippin’ clue, in the end, what folks are doing with their mobile phones?2) The answer lies in building your product, releasing it into the wild, and doing some simple observation. […]

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The burden of mind-set

Gotta say that yesterday I realized how much some lines of thought were ingrained in me. Today, some of my pet ideas, so well received by others, kinda fell flat in some discussions. Only later did I realize why. You might remember that I have been quite focused on services for simple voice and SMS […]

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Rotary phone with a SIM

Funny retro phone. Link [via Peter B]: Spark Fun Electronics. Description: This is the ever popular Portable Rotary Phone, now in Red! Phone comes fully assembled and tested. All you have to do is open the phone, insert your SIM card, and turn the unit on! The unit will utilize your phone number and account […]

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Punkin’ – 15july90-21aug06

Punkin’ – 15july90-21aug06 Originally uploaded by schickr. A dear old friend had to be laid to rest. It was hard for us, but our selfishness would have only caused her more pain. She was much loved, and gave back even more. She endured our countless adventures and tought us much along the way. From dying […]

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Sideloading should be made easier

I’ve been doing a bit of reading into audio streaming lately and someone mentioned a term that I had to look up just to make sure – Sideloading, or transferring files from server to server or from server or PC to mobile device or memory card (as opposed to uploading or downloading – device-server actions). […]

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