Archive | June, 2009

Catching Up On Events

We’ll it’s been three weeks since my last post. This is not due to any lack of interest; it’s simply a consequence of way too much to do and so little time in which to do it. For the past month, I’ve been working around the clock, seven days a week to prepare for the […]

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My first exposure to the Palm Pre

I stopped by my local Best Buy on Saturday to look at the new Palm Pre. First reaction: definitely different from my old Treo 750. Not quite an iPhone from a usability perspective but closer than anything I’ve tried to date. The real question is this: Will the development environment and the supported application feature-sets […]

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Controlling signage via the iPhone

CBS Outdoor and Clusta, a digital creative agency, have partnered to create a unique convergence of the iPhone and digital signage. According to Anne Cassidy of Campaign Live, this particular implementation signage/mobility convergence allows iPhone users to control the content shown on the screen. iPhone users can use “pinch” and “stretch” gestures to zoom in […]

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