I read about the announcements from Apple yesterday with interest. It's not that I'm sitting on a pot of gold here waiting to buy the latest and shiniest though. It's just a chance to see how Apple will push the world forward in technology use and ideas and also a chance to see them catch … Continue reading At what cost?
Within the past hour, I have confessed to a friend that I’m a news junkie. I read and try to understand as much as I can. Consequently, I’m constantly looking for the best way to read what I want to read. On my iPad, I have Zite, Flipboard, Pulse News Reader and the LCARS RSS … Continue reading News Junkie
Well, maybe I can change your mind about this. As I was playing around with Google Chrome and trying to work solely in the browser, I started to think about RSS feeds. It's yet another way to gather all the news that's fit to read. I've actually moved away from my computer based RSS Readers … Continue reading RSS is Boring
A few months ago, paper.li hit the internet by storm. Paper.li is a free service that creates an online newspaper packed with content that is provided by your followers or a list that you created, all based on your unique Twitter account. The resulting unique "newpaper" features some of the interesting posts that people have … Continue reading A Tale of Two Newspapers
I don't just read the news; I consume the news. There is just so much to read, to learn, to be aware of, and to understand. In the beginning, it was just paper newspapers which now seem such a relic to the process. But, if you just want one source and one opinion, they still … Continue reading Consuming the News
Like more and more people, I get my news online anymore. I've tried a number of different techniques to try and get the latest. They tend, however, to be linear. Either they're posted to a news site chronologically or they are arranged by the importance assigned to the story by the news editor. Both are … Continue reading A Mashup of Note
I'm watching the CW11 Morning News this morning and just saw two stories back to back. In the first one, a mother pleaded for the return of her child. In the second one, a man threatened to place poison in 5000 jars of baby food. There were two things in common with these stories. First, … Continue reading When Everyone Has A Voice