Monthly Archives: April 2010

Crash ‘n’ Burn: The 11th hour for Flash

Adobe’s rhetoric continues after the curve ball Apple threw. The whining continues with this post: On Adobe, Flash CS5 and iPhone Applications. Sadly, the whining doesn’t change anything, and Adobe’s argument would have been more valid if they didn’t trying … Continue reading

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How to throw usability out the window – Part 1

Sometime between when I paid my Rogers bill last month, and when I tried to look it up this month, the Rogers site was “upgraded” to portal. I’m not sure what it used to be before, but I think now … Continue reading

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there will always be someone who can do it cheaper

For most companies offering professional services, the business model is based on cost plus billing. This includes people like lawyers, consultants, accountants, marketing agencies, etc. This is fine for starting up and getting the $ rolling to keep the lights … Continue reading

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First Google Maps Mashup Turns 5 Years

Last Thursday the Google Maps mashup turned 5. Paul Rademacher posted this on Craigslist announcing a Google map mashup of housing properties. That post started it all. Back then, there wasn’t even an official API for Google Maps. That mashup … Continue reading

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