My Cousin

My cousin Paul died last Friday . He died after a long battle with cancer, a battle he fought in the same way that I remember him living his life, with a positive outlook and a stubborn determination to overcome. He was the closest in age to me of all my cousins, only two months… Continue reading My Cousin

Interviewed by Untether.TV – How mobile is enabling the next generation of authors and publishers

This is the first of 2 parts of an interview on Untether.tv with Stephen Davis, CTO of Skyreader Media (by Rob Woodbridge) The e-book world has emerged as a viable alternative to its print cousin. It has moved ahead in distribution numbers and is well on its way to democratizing the development and delivery of… Continue reading Interviewed by Untether.TV – How mobile is enabling the next generation of authors and publishers

Stephen Davis Interviewed by SKY Radio

Privasoft’s Stephen Davis Discusses how to Leverage Technology to Meet the Requirements of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Arlington, VA  – July 30, 2010 – Privasoft, a world leader in specialized software for managing requests in response to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is pleased to feature the interview of Privasoft CTO, Stephen Davis… Continue reading Stephen Davis Interviewed by SKY Radio

The new garage entrepreneur

A buddy of mine just released his new iPhone game Mine Blast, cool puzzle concept, not one I have ever seen before. He poured an amazing amount of effort into it...I am very curious to see how it does. With millions of apps sold every year (2.5 billion to be exact) there is still room… Continue reading The new garage entrepreneur

This is why I love the Internet

ObsessiveMathsFreak writes on Slashdot... "Today's xkcd comic introduced an unusual word — malamanteau — by giving its supposed definition on Wikipedia. The only trouble is that the word (as well as its supposed wiki page) did not in fact exist. Naturally, much ado ensued at the supposed wiki page, which was swiftly created in response to the comic.… Continue reading This is why I love the Internet