Yesterday, the final versions of the Advertisement Unit Standards and Download Measurement Guidelines were published by the Association for Downloadable Media. I was directly involved in the creation and announcement of the former, and am quite pleased by the way these turned out. These were designed very much with an “open arms” approach, and are [...]
Archive for July, 2008
I saw a new dentist today, Dr. Jody Low in Dover, NH. He’s a nice guy, and his office staff is pleasant, as well. Upon checkout, though, I was amused by the lack of logic behind their billing policy. If I have insurance, they expect no money from me up front. If I pay with [...]
On Tuesday I will continue on my path of knowledge expansion. After work I’ll head over to Earcraft Music in Dover, NH where I will take my first guitar lesson. The guitar is something I’ve always wanted to learn, and my wife is happy because it might just stave off flying lessons for a few [...]
On a few recent Mac Geek Gab episodes I’ve mentioned my current backup strategy and more than a few listeners have asked me to document this somewhere. I figured this blog was as good a place as any. Starting in 1995 and up until February when Apple’s Time Capsule came out, I was a died-in-the-wool [...]
For years I’ve complained that the only time I think to blog something is when I’m away from my computer and, hence, nothing gets blogged. My blog frequency certainly supports that. Now that WordPress for the iPhone is out, perhaps that will change and you’ll hear more from me here, as well. Time will tell.