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Speech Timer 2 Lessons Learned

Learn about upgrading your skeuomorphic iOS 6 user interface to iOS 7’s new content-first style, supporting three Apple devices from a single code base, and much more. These are hard lessons learned while I was developing the second version of Speech Timer that you can take advantage of so that you won’t make the same […]

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Git Client to Manage Remote Repositories on an iPad?

An iPad is the mobile computer of choice for casual computing. How about making quick fixes or other tasks to your git repository? Sure you can do that from an iPad – if using git on the command line is your thing. GUI lovers doesn’t have this luxury. Yet.

Word Clouds for Twitter

Word Clouds for Twitter

Hi Everyone, We’re very close in releasing a more trimmed-down version of Resonate. Why? Resonate have been brewing for too long without any feedback from you guys, our users. This can lead us to the dangerous path of making apps that you won’t love. So instead of including every feature that should be in Resonate, […]

Resonate Development Update #2

Resonate Development Update #2

In this  second series of Resonate Development Update, you’ll see how Resonate can be used to show a Twitter stream in an overhead projection – to an LCD Projector or Television Set (with the appropriate cable). The use case was inspired by Monica Rankin’s Twitter Experiment where she used Twitter to aid class discussion. It […]

Take a sneak peek of our (Basil Salad) new Twitter client is progressing. You'll see the very rough implementation of tweet aggregation using word clouds.

Resonate Development Update #1

Take a sneak peek of our (Basil Salad) new Twitter client is progressing. You’ll see the very rough implementation of tweet aggregation using word clouds.

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Twitter in Education

Lately I have been fascinated by two college professors who bravely attempt to apply social media (primarily Twitter) as a way to provide better service to their students. One is Dr Monica Rankin , a history professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, who used Twitter to facilitate discussion in a large class. The […]

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Getting ideas and talking about it

You’ll need to both work on your ideas as well as talking to other people about your ideas. Doing these two things increases your chance to get lucky. I’m doing just that and sharing my business ideas with you in the hope that my luck surface area will improve.

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