Author: Touchlab

HTML5 Revisited

Back in my original blast of HTML5 as an app environment, one of the things I pointed out is that WebOS was built on HTML5, and that seemed to work out fine for everybody (technically.  Business, not so much). It looks like...

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Unplugged Day ?

Finally pulled the trigger for real today.  My long running cell number is transferring to Google Voice as I type. It is not all perfection in the land of VOIP.  That is for sure.  I will almost certainly make important business...

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Participatory Design

I am pretty sure I’m never going to be done organizing my apartment.  Until I somehow frame this as productive exercise rather than some kind of opportunity cost, its always far down on the list of priorities.  My brain does a...

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Unplugged Day 4?

Still not REALLY unplugged.  I’ve moved the goal posts a bit, and instead of going completely without a phone plan, I went with the t-mobile $30/month deal. T-mobile’s business is interesting.  In order to sign up for the...

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Unplugged Day 2

I played around with VOIP on phones last night.  Turns out its painful to find the info, then surprisingly simple once the ball gets rolling. One does not just simply “install” Google Voice.  You can install it, but you also...

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