A friend asks: iPhone or Android?

Android

Picking a smart phone really requires yourself to not pick sides, but rather ask yourself, do I want to live in the Google or Apple ecosystem?

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Show feature devotion after release

I, and many users, get frustrated when features are added, but no devotion is dedicated to making it totally great or usable. There needs to be carry through from just adding another feature to the feature list to one that is actually usable.

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The kind of app I WOULD say is worthwhile

Still working on the app post in order to defend my position on whether apps are a worthwhile pursuit of developers. If you may recall, I took the position way early in June (or May) that apps should not be used to deliver content which instead could be made readily available through a mobile phone […]

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QR Codes – My restful vacation led to a work-related inquiry

This past week, while I was on my 10-day July 4th vacation to a northern Minnesota lake, I made a stop at the local bottle shop which was attached to both a bar and city hall. The establishment was located in a town in which the heart is an intersection consisting of a post office, […]

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Mobile App or Mobile Site?

The web is a complex place and with iPads, iPhones, Blackberries, NexusOnes–and a whole slew of new mobile phones that allow applications and web browsing–the question comes into play: Should we develop a mobile app or a mobile site? If I were to tackle that question, I would strongly encourage starting with a mobile site […]

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