apps

Mon
29
Oct

Man App: The Marketing of a Relationship Preserver

Death and taxes are frequently cited as being the two great inevitabilities of life, but for a great many men frequent trips to the doghouse are equally hard to dodge. This enforced journey is often accompanied by a deep sense of confusion mixed in with a huge measure of mystification. (So I’ve heard.) By an odd coincidence, a great many of these unpleasant events seem to occur around birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas and sometimes, rather peculiarly, around the middle of February. (I think that's the right month.)

What all those occasions have in common is that they come around every year, so you would think, and certainly half the population seems to agree, that they would be easy to remember and plan for. But for the other half of the population, that doesn't appear to be the case.

Wed
23
Feb

Feedhenry: Building Apps in the Cloud

Feedhenry is service that allows developers to build an app from a single source code base; have it processed in the Cloud and receive an output that is configured for use on the relevant major mobile phone operating system of choice - iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone 7 or Nokia Web Runtime.

Applications are built using JavaScript which runs on Feedhenry’s open standards technology platform. Developers can construct their apps online through a browser or they can download a software development kit if they wish to work off their own computers.

Tue
17
Aug

The Web Is Not Dead: It Is Full of Apps (Soon)

Wired did a great job in their latest report "The Web Is Dead. Long Live The Internet". A lot of the focus is on the growth of apps which we have written about before in "The Collective Brain App", which talks about the potential for apps to elicit change in such a manner as to emulate a giant global brain.

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