· Naughties
· · 2009
· · · January
· · · · 12 (3 entries)

Mobile Gold · To­day I read Rob Scoble’s lu­cid and force­ful Smart­phone com­pe­ti­tion; it clar­i­fied a grow­ing in­ter­nal buzz I’ve been feel­ing as I ex­per­i­ment with An­droid and fol­low the news. We are, right now in ear­ly 2009, slid­ing in­to the gold­en age of mo­bile tech­nol­o­gy and busi­ness ...
How Many Followers, Really? · Some­time in the last few days my Twit­ter fol­low­er count clicked over a round num­ber of thou­sand­s. In par­al­lel, DeWitt Clin­ton pub­lished Sam­pling Twit­ter, some nifty re­search in­to how many Twit­ter­ers are re­al­ly ac­tive. Be­ing, ob­vi­ous­ly, an ego­ma­ni­ac, I was more in­ter­est­ed in how many of the peo­ple fol­low­ing me are “active” ...
The Old Testament · Our son, now 9½, still en­joys hav­ing some­thing read to him at bed­time. So, hav­ing fin­ished Huck Finn, we’re do­ing the Bi­ble. He’s nev­er been to Sun­day School, so this is his first ex­po­sure. We’re work­ing our way through Ex­o­dus and I’m de­vel­op­ing a re­al at­ti­tude prob­lem about that par­tic­u­lar God ...
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