The Archive: Apple iPhone & iPhone 4
The Apple iPhone changed history forever. It was the first touchscreen phone that didn’t require a stylus and had a glass display. The history of the iPhone has been well documented but I wanted to talk about my experiences with the first few models which I hold near and dear to my heart. The iPhone…
How I Work- Hardware (Mobile Blogging Kit Update)
While going through some of my old posts, I came across one I wrote in 2010 entitled “My Mobile Blogging Kit”. I haven’t updated it since. It’s time.
Mooning* at Half Moon Bay
A little place called Half Moon Bay was one of our destinations this past weekend. Jules and I headed out there to relax in the sand and enjoy the sun and surf.
Project Art October 19th 2010 featuring TiltShiftGen
Welcome to this week’s edition of Project Art! This week I will be showcasing photos that I have taken and edited with the iPhone/iPad application TiltShiftGen. TiltShiftGen does what it’s name says- mainly generate a tilt shift effect on your photographs. Normally this requires a special lens on a DSLR camera to achieve, however, with…
Project Art (week of October 11th 2010)
Welcome to this week’s edition of Project Art! This week I am showcasing pictures I have taken (both iPhone and my point and shoot) that were edited with the Instagram application. This application (for iPhone and iPod Touch) applies different filters to photos to give them a “vintage” feel. When used prudently, these filters can…
The High Five (week of October 4th 2010)
Welcome to this week’s High Five. 10 Excellent Examples of Guerrilla Marketing Campaigns (from @mashable) These are 10 different, but effective, campaigns that really resonated with consumers. The ideas in this article are really innovative and somewhat cheap (for an Ad campaign). Have you seen any of these campaigns? 7 Creepy Faux Pas of Google’s…
My Mobile Blogging Kit
Many readers would think, when writing for my blog, I mainly use my Macbook Pro. However, that isn’t the case. With a couple of important accessories, I have made a very functional Mobile Blogging Kit. This mobile kit allows me to travel lighter, while still allowing the flexibility to integrate different forms of media into…
High Five week of September 20th
Welcome to this week’s edition of High Five. The top five articles I had read over the past week that I think you should read. College Student asks Steve Jobs for Help (from @gawker) A college student, Chelsea Issacs, was asked to do a report on Apple Inc. After several unanswered calls to Apple’s PR…
Project Art Sept 12th 2010
Welcome to this week’s edition of Project Art! Nothing unusual about this week’s edition of Project Art- just some cool photos I took walking around this weekend. Enjoy! Something notable about all of these photos- they were all taken with a iPhone.