Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Ongoing Blog

It’s funny how time passes. I’m sitting here updating my Chromewalker blog having not done so in a long time. I mostly blog on http://www.carlosespinal.com my blog on startups and venture these days, but I used to use Chromewalker as my tech playground and I want to revisit the idea. Stay tuned. -C  Read More →


How to Create Separators on your Mac OS X Dock

Just a shortie, link. I wish there were more customization options. http://zzamboni.org/brt/2007/11/21/real-separators-for-the-leopard-dock/  Read More →


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-07-22

I want this.. this is the coolest human/computer interface I've seen since the Minority Report: http://t.co/6ANUHn7h via @arizzoli # Powered by Twitter Tools  Read More →


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-06-10

How To Survive A Robot Uprising (aka Robopocalypse) http://t.co/RkrkmDQq # Powered by Twitter Tools  Read More →


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-04-22

Some cool light meter apps for the iPhone (for photo metering): http://t.co/cmL5XEdd # Powered by Twitter Tools  Read More →


The Compendium of Photography Apps on my iPhone

The Compendium of Photography Apps on my iPhone

The iPhoneography bug has bitten me hard. Frankly I’m very surprised how easily you can create some amazing pictures with the iPhone 4S to the point that at times I feel a photo-op would be better served with my iPhone than with my main interchangeable lens camera. Part of what has transformed this view for me has been a series of Apps that I... Read more of this article


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-26

Management Lessons to Learn From Star Wars http://t.co/b8kJwss1 (no matter what was written, I HAD to tweet this). # Powered by Twitter Tools  Read More →


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-12

Love the Apple Siri spoof Ad for Scotland: http://t.co/YV5zIo7E # Powered by Twitter Tools  Read More →


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-12-11

quote of the day: "Life is too short to remove USB device safely." # Powered by Twitter Tools  Read More →


Amazon New Kindle ‘Official’ Cover / Case Review for Wi-Fi only model

Amazon New Kindle ‘Official’ Cover / Case Review for Wi-Fi only model

As per my recent Kindle review, I did find that the Kindle needed protection for the screen when in a bag so I decided to look into cases. All the cases except the official one from Amazon had little elastic straps to hold the kindle in, which, in my opinion, marred the look of the device when reading from it within the case. I wanted something more... Read more of this article


Reviews

The Compendium of Photography Apps on my iPhone

The Compendium of Photography Apps on my iPhone

The iPhoneography bug has bitten me hard. Frankly I’m very surprised how easily... 


Amazon New Kindle ‘Official’ Cover / Case Review for Wi-Fi only model

Amazon New Kindle ‘Official’ Cover / Case Review for Wi-Fi only model

As per my recent Kindle review, I did find that the Kindle needed protection for... 


The ‘New’ Amazon Kindle Review (WiFi-only, No Touch, e-Ink, $79, £89)

The ‘New’ Amazon Kindle Review (WiFi-only, No Touch, e-Ink, $79, £89)

I have an iPad which I really enjoy using. It lets me read book from iBooks, the... 


Just Mobile Gum Plus Power Pack Review

Just Mobile Gum Plus Power Pack Review

The Gum Plus Power Pack is one of several solutions out there to keep your mobile... 


MEElectronics SP51P, M31, M9P, and RX11 Headphone review

MEElectronics SP51P, M31, M9P, and RX11 Headphone review

Image via CrunchBase Every once in a while you discover a new brand that leaves... 


DODOcase BOOKback for iPad2 Review

DODOcase BOOKback for iPad2 Review

  In my experience with the original iPad, reading in bed was made easier when... 


NewerTech NuPad Base Review

NewerTech NuPad Base Review

  Sometimes solutions to problems are as simple as buying a sticker. In this... 


Timbuk2 Plush Sleeve Review (for the iPad)

Timbuk2 Plush Sleeve Review (for the iPad)

  When I bought my original iPad, I also purchased the original rubbery-feeling... 


DodoCase for iPad 2 Review

DodoCase for iPad 2 Review

I returned home after a rain-delayed flight home to find an early Easter present... 


The Apps I’m running on my Android Nexus S right now…

The Apps I’m running on my Android Nexus S right now…

Image via Wikipedia Although I have to admit that some of the things that annoy... 


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Articles & Editorials

Clients vs Web-Based Apps, my opinion.

Clients vs Web-Based Apps, my opinion.

Image via CrunchBase I’ll put myself out there for criticism on this... 


The Joy and Evolution of Audibooks

The Joy and Evolution of Audibooks

Image via Wikipedia I mostly read business books, biographies, science books,... 


O2 Contract Cancellation Gymnastics

O2 Contract Cancellation Gymnastics

Image via Wikipedia I am unfortunately moving to a new flat where I don’t... 


Convention vs. Intuitive Interface Design

Convention vs. Intuitive Interface Design

Image from DexoDesign.com I was at a conference yesterday that brought up the issue... 


My Take on the iPad

My Take on the iPad

As is usually the case with Apple products, the iPad oozes tech coolness. It promises... 


The Kindle, A Parrot, and Platform Cyclicality

The Kindle, A Parrot, and Platform Cyclicality

This Christmas I was able to play with the Amazon Kindle. Chromewalker’s little... 


Trends in Mobile

Image via Wikipedia These are not some sort of top ten trends nor are they... 


Google Location Favorites

Google Location Favorites

I recently logged into my Google account on my iPhone and noticed that it (the browser)... 


Life after Death and the Future of Avatars

Image via Wikipedia I recently saw the new Caprica TV Show / Movie and was... 


How I use Twitter

Image via CrunchBase I have some friends that ask me what I use Twitter for…... 


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