From Legacy to Web 2.0

Musings of a developer on the cutting edge, just steps away from the bleeding edge.
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Near Field Communications and RFID Tags

Earlier this year I wrote a post about how Near Field Communications would not replace QR codes, especially where mass produced print materials are involved. Over the last few months we’ve been talking internally about some really cool things that could be done with RFID tags, like interactive location based games. As you may know, […]

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Pondering the bleeding edge…

One of the things that I loved the most about working at Disney a few years ago: There was always a challenge! The group was hanging on the other side of the bleeding edge, using all of the latest technologies, while staying backward compatible. I learned a lot there, and the group drove me to […]

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Nov 0
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Getting FIt…

So I’m on a program, and trying to get fit… I’ve had this extra MASS of weight on me for far too long, and have hated it since it intruded on my body several years ago. I’ve finally found something that works for me – not easy I know – and now I’m keeping track […]

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Apr 0
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@ThinkGeek creates another April Fools joke that everyone wants!

While the first day of April in the US means that the net is practically useless, there are good things to be had.  I always check in on @ThinkGeek to see what their gag for the day is, and today they REALLY upped the ante with the @Playmobil iStore found here: [tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSU3ijxkp8Y&feature=player_embedded[/tube] The page for […]

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Apr 0
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HAM Technician – The Amateur Radio Kind…

I am excited that I passed the test that I intended to take, and that I will be able to converse on the frequencies which are used by SKYWARN and other weather related amateur frequencies.

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Moving it all around…

Linking them all up has been a boon, and Wendy’s writing about her adventures in iPhone programming hasn’t hurt. I will be bringing my programming blog here as well, and will probably just leave the other blogs there pointing at this one

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Jan 0
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Comments on girl texting excessively in Orlando.

Technology related, sorta. This will be moved to my other blog after work. The original girl texting excessively story is here And at this point I must say, when I was a teen in the mid to late 80’s I was chatting on multi-user BBSes before the kids in school knew what a modem, let […]

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Getting Started

I plan to use this blog to link to other blogs which are useful in my day to day work life. Where I work currently, we are still moving away from tables, and into proper XHTML structure. It really seems like it is something that should have happened with the revolution 3+ years ago, but […]

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In the beginning…

Originally I started this blog because I needed a wordpress key. Now I’m starting to think that I have things to say that could be helpful to others. I’ll add my two cents in here, and hope that they are worth at least that much. But for now, I’m installing Hurricane Season Info with the […]

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