What to Do if Your Dinner Parties Always Suck

Dinner parties can be tricky. If you get the guest mix wrong, your food is a disaster or something else bad happens, even a good party can take a downward spiral you won’t forget in a hurry. For low-key soirées with friends, it probably doesn’t matter all that much. After all, one disastrous dinner party […]

APPLE’S IPHONE SDK PROHIBITS REAL MOBILE INNOVATION

Last week Apple opened up the iPhone and introduced a software developer’s kit (SDK) to allow third parties to develop software for the iPhone. This was a great step forward in that Apple had, for some significant period of time, suggested that writing software within the browser environment was sufficient, and that no native developer […]

RIP MITCH KAPOR’S CHANDLER

Update: I have posted some of my additional thoughts and critiques 😉 in my most recent post: “Mitch Kapor’s Weekend at Bernie’s.” Yesterday I received an email that I have been anticipating would arrive at any time. The Open Source Application Foundation, creators of the collaborative PIM Chandler, announced that Mitch Kapor, its primary financial […]

APPLE FEARS THE KILLER APP

Ok, so were finally getting down to it. On at least two fronts, Apple has now essentially thrown out its draconian rules on what developers can and cannot do on its platform, and replaced them with essentially, no rules. The new “rules” appear to be, “its OK to do what you want in your app […]