Gaming, Technology, Social Media, and Fun
I recommend you watch the WWDC 2010 keynote before reading. If you watch the video above, you’ll note that I was generally impressed with the announcements made by Apple. I’ll attempt to go into more detail on this post as to some of the other features and what I think about them.
Wow. We expected a lot of announcements related to Android (more coming today), but yesterday’s barrage of Google news was downright overwhelming. Google IO is a developer’s conference hosted by Google in California to … well this: Google I/O features 80 sessions, more than 5,000 developers, and over 100 demonstrations from developers showcasing their technologies. [...]
You may remember Google announcing a new version of Google Docs a few days ago. Now anyone can opt-in to these new features under the Google Docs Settings: Let me know what you guys think about the new version!
Thanksgiving. My favorite holiday, ever. Seriously. Family gets together and fellowships together and gives thanks to God. It’s a beautiful thing. During these times, family tends to utilize technology as well. Often I bring my laptops and let my siblings, nieces, and nephews use them. I notice they primarily use the web browser to check [...]
No one likes losing control. Hence the backlash to Google’s new Sidewiki product. Sidewiki is described as follows: Google Sidewiki is a browser sidebar that lets you contribute and read information alongside any web page. Sounds familiar? Well there are several sites out there which allow you to “annotate the web” such as Diigo. You [...]
I’ll make this brief. I was excited when Google’s Picasa was announced for Mac since I was eager to try it with my photos. Upon installing it yesterday, I noticed something very disturbing: On initial launch of Picasa, it forces you to scan your computer for images. It gives you two choices: 1. Scan your [...]