Now that buying a mobile phone is like buying a computer, moving, adapting and configuring your phone has become a full time job. In the last few weeks I’ve heard the newest excuse for bad phone behavior –pocketbook dialing, misdials, and phones sounding off in inappropriate places. “I just got a new phone and I’m still […]
Posted: April 14th, 2010 under cell phones, hardware, social networking, tech skills, time management, Your Digital Kids.
Tags: Android, getting started, iPhone, mobile phone, touch screen
Like many of you, I’m struggling with my next smartphone move (one look at my phone would have you roaring with laughter about my indecision). After dissecting feature by feature, I go into a phone feature haze. So, instead, I decided to “grok” the souls of each machine. From my perch I see Blackberry’s interest […]
Toy Fair, an industry trade show in NYC this week, is one of my favorite annual visits, because it’s a chance to be a big kid in a candy shop full of toys that the public has not yet seen. This year’s show feels a little recession strapped in that the toy manufacturers are packing volumes […]
When I was kid, we ate Wonder Bread because it “built strong bodies in 12 ways.” Mom didn’t count; she just took it on faith. Ditto for choosing Crest, because more dentists recommended it, and Keds for making us run faster, jump higher. So why did Disney decide to offer a full refund to families […]
Before File-Open-Save and Lacoste were the standard for applications and their developers, there was Kai Krause. Kai’s Power Tools, or KPT, were a collection of psychedelic digital effects that extended the capabilities of PhotoShop. Goo and PowerGoo were consumerized versions of these effects. You could take a photo and apply a few creative stretches and […]
Posted: August 6th, 2009 under cell phones, creativity, creativity and play, games, kids at play at ces, mom networks, Your Digital Kids.
Tags: iPhone, Making Faces, metatools, mobile apps