- NASA Pulls Injured Shuttle Astronaut Timothy Kopra Off Flight
- The Caucus: Gillespie, Ayers to Lead RNC Transition
- Patent trolls and IBM: Will Big Blue's meta-patent fix a broken system?
- Starbucks Starts Accepting Mobile Payments Nationwide
- iPad Drives Tablet Market to 17 Million Units Shipped in 2010
- New LGBT-Friendly Hospital Visitation Regulations Go Into Effect
- Things that traditionally go in front-of-the-book sections seem hopelessly outmoded
- Police reporter aims to blog every murder in Washington, D.C.
- Late Late Night FDL: Portland, Oregon
- Federal judges are getting olderâ€”and more often senile.
January 19, 2011 – Tough break.
January 19, 2011 – Has the media’s fascination with politics-as-a-business/sport really reached the point that the leaders of a transition between chairmen of a political party are newsworthy?
January 19, 2011 – If any company were going to do “meta-patents” it would be IBM. Emplyees are strongly “incentivized” to patent stuff.
January 19, 2011 – I know my local coffee shop won’t accept a wave of my iPhone as payment, and that their drinks don’t come in a Big Gulp cup, but you won’t get me off that lumpy couch. BuyLocal, baby!
January 19, 2011 – At times like this, I like to remember how my jaded tech journalist friends gave the iPad a “ho hum” when it was announced. I said then that this device is not for people with the kind of disposable income and new technology lust that makes the iPad a third wheel in their lives. It’s for a lot of people for whom the iPad, and tablets generally, fill a tool need in their homes or offices.
January 19, 2011
January 19, 2011 – This was a major struggle at Blogger & Podcaster. I wanted to re-magine the traditional FOB sections, especially the News hole, but our publisher wouldn't have it. Even in 2007-2008, the traditional FOB felt anachronistic, and hopelessly out of pace with the new media world.
January 19, 2011 – I think one of blogging’s real strength’s as a journalistic tool is its ability to facilitate comprehensiveness. Space limitations and perceived differences in the importance of certain stories in a category tend to push some to the top, leaving others uncovered.
January 18, 2011
January 18, 2011