Archive for November, 2007

Inspired by AT&T…

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

I’m not sure if it has to do with my digging up some my old work and converting them to iPhone compatible formats or my new carrier’s spying proclivity, but this piece from 2002 seemed most appropriate given our current state.

Thanks for watching…

(ps. At the time of this writing, I had just posted the video to youtube so the poster frame and iPhone youtube.app version had not propigated. Hopefully it has by the time you read this.)

Inspired by AT&T…

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

I’m not sure if it has to do with my digging up some my old work and converting them to iPhone compatible formats or my new carrier’s spying proclivity, but this piece from 2002 seemed most appropriate given our current state.

Thanks for watching…

(ps. At the time of this writing, I had just posted the video to youtube so the poster frame and iPhone youtube.app version had not propigated. Hopefully it has by the time you read this.)

The drop…

Saturday, November 17th, 2007

I’ve had my iphone for less than two weeks and I knew it would happen eventually. While doing laundry in the basement and I went to empty the dehumidifier. Bending over at greater than a 90 degree* angle the iPhone slipped out of the protective, deep front pocket of my Scott e-Vest and landed, face down, on the rough hard concrete. My heart dropped and my ears listened for the tinkle of broken optical grade glass.

Slowly picking it up from the ground, I was relieved to see that the glass was intact and other than a few minor dings on the silver edging everything was intact.

Now that the first drop is out of the way, I think I can be more zen about it.

*The iPhone does not seem to have a degree symbol available in the soft keyboard. With as often as we all discuss the weather, global coordinates and geometric angles via our various digital devices one would think that would be no brainer.

Updates Added!

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

Two new features have just been added! Firstly, check out the site from an iPhone or an iPod touch and you’ll see the automatically re-formatted version on the blog. Check out http://iwphone.contentrobot.com/ for details. Badass. Next is the addition of the Twitter widget on the right. The iPhone makes twitter make so much more sense.Tinker tinker tinker.Edit: Oh, and I added my del.icio.us links too!

7 days in N.O.

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

I’m on day four of a work related trip to New Orleans. The details of the trip are not that interesting, I’m just running video conferencing sessions between here and three different hospitals in China as part of a larger media presentation of a booth at a medical convention down here. What is more interesting is that while I’m here my cousin mentions his fondness for the city. On top of that, I have a friend down here that I still haven’t managed to get a hold of. (Mostly through my own fault.)The show has kept me busy and this short lull (I had to show up at 6am) has given me a little time to chill and catch up on few little things.(Plus, I wanted blog something from my iPhone…)