Social Experiment – a bust…

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So I was forced to go with out my Iphone.  I was resolved to go Old School.  It was tough.  I heard phantom rings and vibrations.  I kept checking my pockets so that I could get my Iphone and check for email.  But by the third day I started feeling good.  The sense of urgency to life was gone.  I spent more time getting things done, meeting with people face to face, actually being engaged in a conversation with out ...

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The move towards a Tablet world

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Back in 1997 Lotus introduced Kona. Kona was a set of javabean based applets intended to help reduce the cost of developing and deploying business application on the internet. This would later evolve into Lotus E-suite. E-suite was billed as a way of providing users with the software that they needed when they needed it. IBM would later try to sell Network Workstations with E-suite. ...

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Intelliscreenx – ok.. I guess I do want to jailbreak my IOS5.

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Intelliborn has just announced Intelliscreenx.

A couple of weeks ago I had stated that ios5 had enough functionality that I didn’t need to jailbreak anymore.

Intelliscreen had been the only jailbreak app that I found to be invaluable before ios5 introduced the notification center. It collected all your information and presented it in the lock screen.

Well Intelliscreenx gives me a reason to jailbreak. It now is integrated with the notification center and does it one step better. It puts the ...

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Siri – Now that’s worth Jailbreaking for.

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A couple of days ago I stated that I was done with Jailbreaking.  I had enough functionality in the base IOS that I didn’t have to augment it anymore.  Well, never say never.

Last night I was going through my twitter feed and came across a tweet stating that Siri, the IPhone 4S personal Assistant, will be able to run on your IPhone4 shortly.   Thanks  to the hard word of developer Steven Troughton-Smith.  

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IOS5 – No need to Jailbreak anymore.

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I thank the stars that my Blackberry broke down a few years ago and my Service Provider decided to gouge me for the cost of a new Blackberry.  I decided to try an IPhone.  I can actually say that this was a life altering experience.  I’m a techie.  I love toys.  But the IPhone had to be the first product that touched so many parts of my life.  It actually enhanced it and made me more productive.  Or did it ...

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