I wrote a blog post about Evernote.
It’s a thing that lives on the web and organized the junk drawer that is your mind.
Link to full review here.
Hello. I’m just blogging to tell you that I blogged. I’ll probably I tweeted about it too.
Here’s the article. It’s about a new thing that lets you crowdsource or be crowdsourced. It’s called AirRun and it’s an iPhone app.
I wrote an article describing how I signed up for a beta cloud girlfriend and my experience with that.
Basically a dating site with chat.
Link to the article
Yup! Another blog. This time about web apps. I review Dropbox on “The Best of the Cloud”
I wrote the whole thing in the cloud with my Cr-48.
Link to article here.
My bike got run over.
It’s been a while, but I posted an article at Examiner.com.
I wrote some advice to beginning riders about the importance of getting the right gear for riding. It’s the fourth one in a two part trilogy.
It features a slide show with pictures of my last accident.
Ok, now I’m blogging at two places. I’m blogging about fashion. Not shit! Fashion! But of course, it’s me, so… It’s a little out there. My first post is about prehistoric fashion. The mode is not very depeche, but hey.
Me and 150 of my closest friends on a ride
Yup! I blog. I am now a professional blogger.
Don’t know how much these guys pay yet, but wish me luck.
I’m doing a column for Examiner.com about motorcycles. Check it out my profile page there. My first column is advice for beginner motorcyclists, a 3 part series.
This was originally published on the YLEM blog
Between November 12 and November 26, One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) is offering a Give One Get One program in the United States and Canada. OLPC, better known for their $100 Laptop, was founded by ex Chairman of MIT Media Lab Nicholas Negroponte to get laptops in the hands of the children of developing countries. If you don’t know what the $100 Laptop is or why you should care, watch this video.
Repeat, you can now get the $100 Laptop! I just bought one!
The catch is that it costs $399 ($423.95 with shipping) – but that is quite a deal when you consider the following:
• The laptop is actually more like $200 (the more they produce, the closer it gets to $100).
• You are giving one to a child in a developing country and you “receive one for the child in your life” (In my case, the child in my life is me).
• Half of it is a tax deductible donation (you only get to write off the laptop you donate).
• T-Mobile gives you one-year complimentary HotSpot service (I found this out after I bought it).
The XO from OLPC