Chris Stephens and I discuss the following topics this week: 1. What are the factors leading to the decline of the PC? 2. What is your preferred RSS reader? Do you read feeds on PC or mobile or both? 3. Does anyone care who takes 3rd place in smartphones? 4. Would you rather watch professional … Continue reading Rocket Surgery Podcast – Episode 2
“Watch out for the turtles and rabbits”, I tell my son who is pedaling his bike a few yard behind me. The sun has set but that’s no consolation. I still think I’m in Seattle where mid-afternoon temperatures in the 80’s can easily dip into the 50’s by nightfall. But that’s not how it works … Continue reading 8 Miles
We ended up leaving our gas-powered John Deere mower in Washington. I sulked over that decision for a few weeks before borrowing my father-in-law’s gas mower. But our backyard is made of clay and a basketball court and our front lawn is very small. It’s maybe a 10 minute job with the gas-mower at most, … Continue reading Brill Razorcut 38 Reel Mower
"Too many men work on parts of things. Doing a job to completion satisfies me."
Cool Kickstarter campaign. Terrible name though. Makes me miss the Xootr I rode around downtown Seattle for a few years.
Your time is limited. You have the resources to develop apps for one platform. So which do you choose? Reminds me of a TechCrunch article titled: This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like with a sea of Android devices on the table. Android’s fragmentation looks similar to the early days of Linux. … Continue reading Comparing Android to iOS Fragmentation
Chris Stephens and I made our first podcast and discussed the following: 1. Chris wonders why we still need game consoles like the Xbox One. 2. Apple builds the Mac Pro for their fans. 3. Windows 8.1 anticipation or meh. 4. Brett tries to convince Chris his new Brill push power is the real deal. … Continue reading Rocket Surgery Podcast – Episode 1