So, you have created your first (or tenth) iPhone app and want to start selling it. Well according to Apple, all you have to do is upload it to the App Store and wait for the cash to start rolling in. But wait, you just noticed the other 500,000 apps in the App Store! Where… Continue reading Marketing your iPhone Application – A Starter’s Guide
The first interactive children’s ebook from international bestselling writer and illustrator Leslie McGuirk. Now with Skyreader’s Draw Along feature! With over 600,000 copies sold worldwide, Leslie McGuirk originally introduced the world to Pip the Penguin through a beloved series of board books. “The adventures of Pip the Penguin are among the stand-out new board books” – Pittsburgh Post Gazette… Continue reading Skyreader’s New App – Draw Along Pip!
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
An open response to Michael Geist's blog on copyright reform...Seven Copyright Questions for Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore I have been following Michael's blog more intensely recently as the date of the new Canadian copyright bill approaches. While I tend to agree with most of his opinions I would offer some alternative views. To give… Continue reading Striking a balance on Copyright protection
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
Very interesting commentary on the copyright issues...I will weigh in on this in my next post... http://heywriterboy.blogspot.com/2010/05/state-of-copyright-debate.html An alternative view...http://www.michaelgeist.ca/
It was with great frustration that I read the Information Commissioner's report on the performance of the Canadian government in responding to citizen's Access to Information Requests. (OIC Report - Out of Time) Given that Harper campaigned on the concept of open government and placed into law the Federal Accountability Act back in 2006, specifically to address the… Continue reading The failure of government transparency