I’m intrigued by CamNote, which purports to be a special notebook with markings that allow smartphone cameras to digitize your notes. I haven’t tried it, but I will be getting some samples to try. I’ve tried to use those Logitech I/O pens, and I’ve tried the LiveScribe, but the need to have a battery-powered fat [...]
Sqwiggle appears to be a way of managing a virtual workplace through real-time, always-on video conferencing. This might not sound new, to date most attempts at this have sucked due to cumbersome interfaces, server bandwidth limiting quality, connections problems with network address translation, and high cost. To date, only Google Hangout has proven reliable in [...]
I just implemented the new graphical headers. Some links aren’t working quite right yet (notably the “latest blog posts” link) because those will be fixed in Stage 2: creating the new website structure. If anything else looks broken, let me know…thanks!
Are you a New England Non-profit looking for some friendly tech, design, and marketing help from generous volunteers in a 3-day weekend blowout? Consider applying to New England Give Camp. The organizers arrange for the facilities and food to support a hundred volunteers with arcane technical and design skills for a three-day weekend, working on [...]
I’ve decided to move the marketing-related challenge posts, in which I’m spending 15 minutes in the morning thinking about what I need to fix on my website to make it more usable, to my imaginary agency blog, Agenceum. Why? It’s not my main focus, and therefore it doesn’t belong on the main blog. The March [...]
I have completed 30 days of making something new for download or sale on March 2nd. Next: Writing up my analysis for my first “Groundhog Day Resolutions Review Day” of the year. You can see all of the products here.
I received a total of 114 responses via SurveyMonkey yesterday, and have submitted an RFQ based on my findings to Papergraphics, my local printer in Merrimack, NH. My current thinking and survey analysis follows!