For some segment of the population, the words “No user serviceable parts inside” are a stab through the heart. But wait, there’s an API for that! … More Closed To Tinkerers
Taking things apart is the best way to figure out how other things work. … More Thinkin’ o’ Tinkerin’
Put all your eggs in the Facebook basket? You might lose your omelette. … More Social Networking? Distribute Thyself!
I’m not the only one with story-telling on the mind: See Story Telling Before Bed for more stories on telling stories. One especially caught my eye (Big Love in a Small World) as stories don’t necessarily need to be verbal, they can be visual. One great example of this as seen on http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/us-army-creates-world-s-worst-powerpoint-slide-122255 is accompanied … More Thinking More About Stories
A few days ago I put up a job listing through a well-read job newsletter. Here is the posting in its entirety: Email: email@example.com Web Site: http://www.startupsinc.com ————- –> iPhone App Developer (CJI-SUI-app) Updated: 28-Apr-2010 Description: Short-term/freelance developer job, writing an iPhone application from start to finish. Do not send CV (your submission will be … More Can You Follow Instructions?
I’ve toyed with the idea of blogging off and on, but, thanks to a mention in Brad Feld’s blog “Feld Thoughts” and the comments I have received, I think I’ll add my voice to the ruckus, if not the chorus. And what better way to dive in than to think a bit about storytelling and … More Why I Like Story-Tellers As Programmers