Android and iPhone: Meet Vanderbilt

What have I been up to lately? It’s obviously not blogging. Nor is it housecleaning (alas), body-building, knitting, or staring at the ceiling. It’s not even much eating of chocolate. No. It’s prepping for a Vanderbilt class I’ll be auditing come January – EECE 262 – smartphone programming. In other words, I’m learning how to …



Cell Phones More Important Than Internet, TV and Email

Holy Batphone. According to the latest Pew Internet & American Life Project, cell phones matter more to U.S. adults than the internet, TV and email. “When asked how hard it would be to give up a specific technology, respondents are now most likely to say the cell phone would be most difficult to do without, …


Best Links for iPhone Web Development

Over the last few days I’ve been gathering iPhone web development links to share with Ada Lovelace, my favorite web professionals group. And here (drum roll) is the final list. Marketcircle’s iPhoney A small app that simulates an iPhone on a Mac. It works best with Safari 3, and requires a Mac. While you can’t …