Entries by tom

Google plans for something cool & wireless – $4.6 Billion

OK, this could be very interesting – and is so relevant for us because of KCRG and the move to HD. The speculation is over about whether Google is interested in directly participating in the wireless world. On Friday, the Mountain View, California-based company said it would participate as a bidder in the upcoming federal […]

Designing for Web 2.0

OK – we have to have a Web 2.0 site. “Now What Do We Do?!” Enter enter boagworld.com – advice on managing and building websites. This is an interesting site and seems to have a good bit of information on it. I like the idea that there is a podcast and the text on the […]

eBay deals are getting weak.

So – I need a new cordless telephone…and let me tell you – I am a cheapskate when it comes to consumer electronics. My old unit got a bit too much of last week’s lightning. So I head off and find a model I like – the Uniden TRU9280-4 (the “-4” stands for 4 handsets; […]

Facebook – the Operating System?

UPDATE: I found this article: 12 Ways to Use Facebook Professionally – I’m not sure I totally agree with using Facebook professionally, but some of the same things apply to LinkedIn. Published: 7/23/2007 6:57 AM Wow – when Facebook opened up its API’s (special channels into their system which allows others to leverage their software) […]

Web 2.0 is built on Open Source

This one is a little scary for me, some people (cough-Lyman-cough) have called me a Microsoft fanboy…and I have been know for carrying the blue & white flag from time to time, but if you look at this guy’s research, it is pretty hard to dispute that open source IS web 2.0 at this point. […]