Category: iOS

  • “Grasshopper: Learn to Code in JavaScript” by Google’s Area 120

    “Grasshopper: Learn to Code in JavaScript” by Google’s Area 120

    UPDATE 5/6/2018: After working on Grasshopper for 16 days in a row…..I GRADUATED!  Yippeee! Tired of your kids, or grand-kids, having all the fun learning how to code?  Well…..here is an app for us “old” folks.  😉 Adult learners, using the Grasshopper app on your Android or IoS phones can now learn how to code […]

  • Cameras on Smartphones: Photography for Everyone

    Cameras on Smartphones: Photography for Everyone

    Call me old fashioned, but, this is the first year that I am really enjoying using the cameras (front and back facing) on my smartphone. My new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a camera that is every bit as good as our standalone Sony camera for utility, instant, use. Caveat: I am not a professional […]

  • Crowd Mics: Audience Participation via Voice, Text, and Polling

    Crowd Mics: Audience Participation via Voice, Text, and Polling

    UPDATE: May 2019 I guess they are gone.  Hmmmm, even great ideas don’t make it sometimes.  😦 In the old days, I gave a ton of speeches at conferences on video conferencing technology.  At the end of my talk, during the Q&A session, two people stood in the audience with wireless microphones that they would […]

  • Using MileIQ: The Smart Mileage Tracker

    Using MileIQ: The Smart Mileage Tracker

    I saw an ad (I think on Facebook) for MileIQ. In that ad, MileIQ promised to make tracking personal miles vs business mile easy. Since I know a few people who travel by car for business, I thought I’d give it a try. What is MileIQ Figure 1: Trip Displayed in MileIQ MileIQ is an […]