God Bless the 21st Century
By Ron S. Doyle on June 10, 2010
Last year, on September 11, I received my 666th direct message on Twitter. That folks, is just plain evil and scary, so I know it was time to do something.
By Ron S. Doyle on April 10, 2010
I went shopping for a sport armband for my HTC Droid Eris last night. After settling on a case intended for an iPod Touch, my morbid curiosity took me toward the iPads. While I let my daughters pound on the display model’s screen, I overheard the following conversation. Woman [striding up to counter, approaching salesman]: […]
By Ron S. Doyle on March 20, 2010
Bob Marley and several other artists seem to be segregated by iTunes Genius mixes and playlists.
By Ron S. Doyle on March 7, 2010
There are more neural connections in your brain right now than stars in the entire universe. The average human brain has 10 trillion (10,000,000,000,000) synaptic connections, allowing us to look at a total stranger and think, “he looks like my Uncle Bob” or smell rosemary and remember a house we rented in college. Those connections […]
By Ron S. Doyle on March 2, 2010
In January, fellow freelance writer Rosie Colombraro embarked upon a mission to do something different with her blog, Trust the Universe, and with her New Year’s resolutions. Like the guy who traded up from a giant paper clip to a house, Rosie decided to trade up some of her belongings for a trip to Ireland. […]
By Ron S. Doyle on February 7, 2010
Think about the last time you learned about something new—a recipe, a culture, a method for determining whether or not you’re Twitter Trash, etc. Here’s the question: did you jump in headfirst or did you analyze the situation before you began?
By Ron S. Doyle on January 27, 2010
Steve Jobs stepped onto the stage this morning carrying what tech pundits hoped would be the fabled Apple tablet computer. The audience, however, which seemed to be oohing in awe of the new product, were in fact gasping at the fact that Steve Jobs was no more than three feet tall. “Isn’t that an iPhone, […]