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Stand near the precipice that is life. Imagine the last time a rock fell… imagine what lay below as the victim. Wonder how it’s possible to not feel Grand here. Loving the water, the rocks, the age and change of it …

An interview with a Digital Wanderer

In a search to learn more about the Digital Wanderer, I have been  interviewing people on their habits and practices with mobile devices. This is one interview that I spent some time turning into a video. Below, I summarize the …

Q2 2011 Mobile Device Wars

As Q2 comes to a close, Wall Street and private investors like myself are closely watching shifts in the mobile computing market. I just read a great blog post that covers the current state of affairs for the Mobile device …

The iCloud release was just a matter of time, but not unexpected. C’mon, you had to see this coming with App Store for PC joining the iOS family of products. Considering the success of Apple’s stronghold in mobile computing and …

Good Design Bad Design – Windows Phone 7

I was recently asked, what makes good and bad design on a smartphone? Since then, I have have turned that question around on people I interview. As I talk to Digital Wanderers, I will occasionally write posts on how users perceive smartphone design …

Eight Digital Wanderers Lose Their Minds in Vancouver

The weekend before last eight of us ventured to Vancouver for a half marathon (though only four were brave enough to run it).  But this isn’t a story about overcoming physical challenges and accomplishing a personal best. This is a …

This morning, on my way to work, it was announced that Microsoft bought Skype for an astounding $8 billion clams. Now one has to wonder why they would make such a big purchase for a voice internet product that was …

Best eReader for the disconnected world – Kindle, iPad, or …

In March of this year, sixteen outdoor lovers spent thirty days rafting and kayaking down the Grand Canyon, where the rush of rapids, steep canyon walls, cool night air, moonlight hikes, and stargazing replace the drudgery of being chained to …

Watching the March Madness college basketball playoffs this past weekend on the iPhone 4, I noticed how flexible it was to stay on top of my favorite teams with who won and who lost to make the NCAA Sweet 16 …

Mobile Computing Disruptions for the Connected Era

The emergence of the personal mobile device (PMD) and the death of the personal computer are upon us!  In the 90s there was a rush to launch websites and eCommerce platforms. Today, there is a rush to deploy smartphone and tablet applications. This …

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