Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

Mobile Mapping for AMC

April 22, 2010  |   Blog,Featured,Mobile   |     |   0 Comment

Mobile Mapping for AMC Back in January I was planning logistics for a winter Presidential Traverse of several peaks including Mount Washington.  The biggest concern, as always the case to the “Home of the World’s Worst Weather”, is weather and visibility.  I was thinking about the limitations of GPS (which I don’t use) and a compass (which I carry.

Catching Up on Geo-Based Marketing

March 29, 2010  |   Blog,Geo-Marketing,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Catching Up on Geo-Based Marketing When Yelp originally added the geo “check in” feature, I was very excited.  I love Yelp and their iPhone app so I immediately put my Foursquare account on hold to focus on learning the ins-and-outs of Yelp.  It was a very polished app but I made the assumption that the content user friendly layout of.

Catching Up & November Summary

November 30, 2009  |   Blog,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Catching Up & November Summary As much as I enjoy it I’ve been horrible about posting to my blog lately, and I’m blaming Twitter. I find that I’m spending a lot more time on Twitter these days and the speed (of information transfer and to post) and audience size just blow away my blog.  On average, I get more comments.

Initial Thoughts on the 3G iPhone [Updated]

July 30, 2008  |   Blog,Mobile   |     |   1 Comment

Initial Thoughts on the 3G iPhone [Updated] Based on some urging from the Kuhn brothers, here are some of my preliminary thoughts on the [16GB] 3G iPhone. Since it’s too easy to find fan-boy sites hailing the iPhone, I’m going to err on the critical side. Also, considering I use non-Apple applications the majority of the time, I think the apps really.

iPhone & gPhone (Google Android)

June 25, 2008  |   Blog,Mobile   |     |   0 Comment

iPhone & gPhone (Google Android) Here is a really interesting article.  Snippit: Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone plays the same bit part in Roth’s story that the original Macintosh played in Microsoft Windows’: a inspiring example to show what’s possible — and perhaps be mined for stealable ideas — while the standard-setting steamroller grabs that 90% market share. Here’s the key paragraph:.

Steve Jobs Keynote at WWDC

June 09, 2008  |   Blog,Mobile   |     |   0 Comment

Steve Jobs Keynote at WWDC Wired is live blogging Steve Job’s Keynote speech this morning at 10AM PST. Link here. What do we expect? Plenty: A new iPhone, with a new operating system, 3G data support, and geotagging support — plus maybe a GPS Lots of iPhone and iPod Touch applications Details on the next version of OS X, codenamed.