Introducing the Foleo. Interesting idea….
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
It’ll be interesting to see where this leads. Can’t help but think that this is related to the impending iPhone release.
News Media, Industry and Financial Analysts Invited to Live Video Webcast
Credentialed media plus industry and financial analysts are invited to join the streamed webcast at 11:30 a.m. Pacific. Hawkins will discuss Palm's vision for this new category and demonstrate the new product's capabilities, followed by a Q&A session.
I guess we’ll need to wait until September to see for sure.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
"You're going to see some hard evidence" at the Flatwoods Monster 55th Anniversary and Flying Saucer Extravaganza on Sept. 7-8 in
The UFO conference coincides with the 60th anniversary of an unexplained sighting of a crashed aircraft in
Freddie May, one of the boys who saw the monster after a fireball fell from the sky in September 1952, is scheduled to attend. He will refute those who dismiss the monster as a hoax and others who say it was a gaseous ball that formed during a meteor shower.
Also on the lineup is author-illustrator Frank Feschino, who penned "The Braxton County Monster: The Cover-Up of The Flatwoods Monster." His follow-up book, "Shoot Them Down," details aerial combat he says was waged in 1952 between
Feschino spent 14 years researching the sighting and plans to present a 53-minute documentary on his findings at the conference.
Staton Friedman, a former nuclear physicist who helped investigate the
A little story about the iPhone, particularly about its upcoming release, but also exploring its
Though the iPhone brings forth some serious geek lust in me, I just can’t see springing for this anytime soon. The price point is a biggie, but I also have a great deal invested in the Palm/Treo line. Also, I hardly use my iPod, so I can safely say that I don’t need that feature.
If I was richer, I would be more willing to take a risk on a new platform (it wouldn’t be as much a risk, since I could just run out a buy another gadget at will, though). As I sit, though, I need to consider price and currently offered features. It’ll be interesting to see how this device plays out, though. I think this will have a great impact, and make the smart-phone more mainstream.
Sunday, May 27, 2007
My main passions, as defined by what I love to read in my free-time. Would be poetry and History. My interest in Computer Science, et al, is much more linked to power and, more recently, money. A desire to prove people wrong about me, to prove my intelligence also drove this, and it's lingered way too long as a psychological subtext.
Friday, May 25, 2007
Tuesday, May 22, 2007
For the geek who doesn’t have quite everything.
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