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I am actively blogging again... and will be posting all my updates at going forward. Please follow me there. You can also keep up with my family and I at Wishing you and yours the best in 2011!... Continue reading
Posted Jan 3, 2011 at Can't Stop The Music
Just a few hours into the day and the eyes are dry and tired already. I came across this great post from Digital Inspiration and thought it might be helpful for you too. Give your eyes the rest they need... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
Nashville area waters have returned to normal levels while the city continues to help those impacted by the flood in their recovery. Many Churches and the teams at Hands On Nashville continue to coordinate the volunteer efforts that are so... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
Serious storm today in Nashville. Tornado sirens were going off. And flooding proved to be the major problem... This was our street: And this is Interstate 24: We've never seen anything like this since we moved here.Quite the storm. A... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
Thanks to my friend Sampson, I had the opportunity to see how a tech wiz is putting Apple's iPad to work. I left our coffee meeting this week with many ideas and reflections on the device that has captured the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
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Mar 15, 2010
This report from the Seattle Daily Tech Flash was also reported in TechCrunch today... Given the discussion on life in the clouds here in past blogs and with friends, I found this of note. Microsoft certainly seems to be subscribing... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
These are the kind of neighborhood notices you take seriously… especially when there is photographic evidence. Yikes! That is one healthy looking Bobcat in our neighborhood! Posted via email from Dave Jaworski Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
I thought about the many workout programs like "Insanity" and other similar programs that are rising in popularity as I read the first answer below. Much food for thought in this book by Dan Buettner... Thanks to Scott Baldwin and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
Want to run mail, calendar, contacts, the web and more at the same time on your iPad? One of the issues with the iPad is the lack of multi-tasking. It is limited in the same way that an iPhone or... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
I should have mentioned... iPod Touch or iPhone required and sold separately. :-)
Apple's iPad announcement yesterday inspired many and disappointed others (myself included in the latter.) Thinking about what was actually delivered, it became apparent that some of the iPad's limitations could be solved and the "product" could be made available starting... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
As I reported yesterday, Apple's iPad branding was beat to market in 2006 by MadTV (Article: Apple's iPad was actually beat by Fujitsu. The Fujitsu iPad was branded in 2003. Regardless, Apple released their product anyways. Full story here:... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
The reasons iPad gets a failing grade even before the units start to ship are piling up... Gizmodo does a nice job of summarizing the top reasons Apple gets a #fail on V1 of the iPad: The joke on... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
"Wow!!!" -- That's what I expected to feel coming out of the Apple iPad announcement. Not even close. Underwhelmed. If Microsoft had come out with an announcement that was as weak as today's Apple announcement they would have been slaughtered... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2010 at Can't Stop The Music
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Jan 9, 2010
Kevin, It is true that few WiFi-enabled MP3 players are out today. More are on the way. Mobile phones will become the dominant Concert-of-the-Future enablers. Many are WiFi-enabled today. More are also on the way. And the "broadband" networks of the carriers as well as bluetooth can certainly be used as well. We agree. We definitely see following the artist around as part of the experience. We shot plenty of video at Brad's concert including hallways discussions with the opening act, the buses unloading, the area where Brad prepped prior to coming on stage and the pre-concert meal with the team. All of this makes the event even more fun for the fan. In the case of this event we worked with both artist and venue. This is the ideal situation as the venue gave us complete backstage and behind-the-scenes access and Brad and his management team kept us in contact with Brad and his band's schedule and kept Brad in the loop so everyone could be comfortable with all that was going on. It was a great experience for all... fans and artist alike. Thank you for your comments. Dave