Roster goes live is an exciting new alternative to Twitter. It’s perfect for those of us who would rather not be subjected to an endless stream of advertising. It feels like Twitter did years ago, except better because the nominal monthly fee keeps out the riffraff. The creators of also place … Continue reading

Airport wi-fi rant

I just returned from BizConf (a fantastic experience which I’ll be summarizing in a future post) and I have to report one very sad thing: out of four airports I passed through, RDU is still the only one that doesn’t offer free wi-fi. Nashville, Tampa, and Jacksonville all have it. … Continue reading

Thanks for reading!

July 29th will mark the fifth anniversary of this blog. I realized today that I have never properly thanked you, my readers, for continuing to support this endeavor. There are so many other things you could be perusing, but you choose to patronize my humble programming blog. For that, I … Continue reading

iPhone development

For the past few months, I’ve been exploring the fascinating world of iPhone development. I have several application ideas and am working pretty hard on getting something to market. My first app will be free, though I hope to work up to a level where I can develop a solid … Continue reading

Walk for Life

I’m participating in the 2010 Walk for Life this month to support Pregnancy Support Services of Wake Forest. The walk is a family-friendly event that raises awareness and funding for the center. The cool thing is that you don’t need to walk or even live in Wake Forest to support … Continue reading

Federal makes it right

A $25 check from Federal showed up in the mail yesterday. That more than covers the cost of a new box. It’s always nice when a company makes things right for their customers. I intend to continue buying their products since I know they’ll take care of me. Time Warner … Continue reading