Monthly Archives: September 2010


Sprint says no to tiered 4G service offerings

Sprint CEO Dan Hesse today said that he doesn’t anticipate Sprint adopting the tiered pricing models for 4G data services that have been floated by rivals AT&T and Verizon. Speaking at the EmTech conference at […]


Business leaning more toward Android devices

Network world ran a web article recently power packed full of information that they obtained from Change Wave. The research is from a new study they have been doing on company telecom buying patterns. Companies […]


the new twitter

Twitter is rolling out a redesign being dubed the new twitter. The main focus of the redesign is that you will now find @mentions, retweets, searches, and lists just above your timeline – creating a […]


web 3.0 – means what?

I’ve been hearing alot of buzz lately concerning web 3.0. Just what is this web 3.0? Well the answer is not simple. As we conceptualized web 2.0 for the last several years, we are still […]


out for dinner

Been eating out alot for dinner around town. Here is a shot of laura on her birthday with Skyler at Blanc burgers. The other shot is of Todd and Wesley at Noodle and Company. Yum.


top space photos of 2010 ran a photography content for best space photos and posted some of the best. These were a few of my favorites. See the other pictures.


Boys on the first day of school

Here are my boys ready for school. Skyler is in 3rd grade and Wesley is attending preschool.


youtube time machine

Ran across this totally awesome site. The youtube time machine. This is a brillant idea to wrap a popular site with conceptual interface and let the user base populate it. Go Web 3.0.