I’ve been keeping busy with a dozen different tech projects. I’d like to debut two of them here today.
Weeks of tracking and recording the music playing around me reveals a lot more than just my favorite song, from where I am to what I’m doing.
An old editorial I wrote seven years ago about Google’s dominance recently resurfaced. Enjoy a laugh on me.
What happens when I track and share not only what I choose to listen to, but what I passively hear from the world around me?
All I ask is that app developers would agree on one way to have users log in from smart TVs (as long as it doesn’t require an on-screen keyboard).
It’s easy to get caught up in the hype of it all. Big tech companies, exposed, now retreating like a dog with its tail tucked between its legs and promising more privacy. Don’t be fooled.
Use IMAP to stop your organization or college from enforcing device security when adding your email account to your phone.
Since signing up at the end of March, I’ve clocked close to 65 hours and well over 150 deliveries between the two platforms.