“…this one time, at tech camp”
I try hard to keep myself from being locked down to one computer to survive. That is to say that I am really mobile and need to be able to get a lot done under many conditions. Google docs and box.net have come up huge for me.
Let’s say you are at you parents for a holiday gathering and you don’t have your lappy, but you have your moms gateway. You need to get a graphic together for you blog. Man I wish I was sitting at my machine loaded with Adobe CS3 Master Collection.
In a pinch I have had some luck with Splash Up. It has saved me more than once. Go check it out. Even if you aren’t a graphics person it’s probably better than what ever garbage software came with your digital camera.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you www.HowAudio.com. You may have heard me talking about a massive project that I have been working on for the past 4+ months, well this is it.
How Audio is a video tutorial site for all things audio. Right now it is mostly studio type stuff, but more titles will be added weekly. We are working on a package for churches, so you can keep your creative team trained on the latest gear and software.
Anyway, roll on by and tell me what you think.
Just not how we thought they would. I have been licking my chops to see what Google would bring to mobile phones. Google maps for mobile has saved my butt several times. Especially when I’m in a strange part of LA and I need a Jamba Juice.
It looks like Google will not be making phones right off the bat, but they will be creating a new operating system for phone manufacturers to use. Since every software that is created by or bought by Google absolutely rocks I am stoked.
[tags]Google phone, google, mobile phones, tech[/tags]
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