Well wouldn’t this be interesting? Could this be another way for Google & its Android operating system to knock away at the dominance of the iPhone? (PS: I know that Android has a higher market share than the iPhone, but media management on Android is lacking and this could improve upon that)
People have a love/hate relationship with mirrors. Mirrors have the ability to show people either what is really there or it shows them only the flaws that their mind perceives. So maybe its less of the mirror being a problem and more of the problem being with our mind. People see what they want to see when they look into the mirror. So can we really blame the mirror…or do we blame the person in the mirror starring back at us?
“Self-revelation is a cruel process. The real picture, the real you never emerges. Looking for it is as bewildering as trying to know how you really look. Ten different mirrors show you ten different faces.”—
I think I’m stuck on the corner of Writer’s Block and What To Do Lane. I’ve been having a very difficult time formulating my ideas for what I want to write about. It’s happened to me before, maybe it’s a summer slump (even though June 21st is technically the first day of Summer). Anyways I always seem to start off strong with my ideas for what I want my site to be…but then half way through I lose steam/focus/ideas.
I don’t know where I want to take my writing. I heart technology, but I’ve been asked to not to write so much about technology…apparently it’s not as interesting to everyone else as much as it is to me. SO here’s the question I have to ask…what am I going to do?
So I ran my test of posting a video blog both on YouTube as well as tumblr’s native video client. I think I’m going to start using YouTube to post my videos. Then I can post my videos in more places.
Running the trial I also found out that I can’t post the video directly from my BlackBerry like I thought I could. Oh well…I’ll connect it to a computer to get it on YouTube. I’ll also probably need a mic because the sound wasn’t as loud as I wanted it to be. Hmm maybe soon I’ll use an actual camera to record myself instead of a BlackBerry.
So I’m thinking of doing a video blog a week. Maybe a weekly wrap-up…I don’t know but I’m definitley thinking of doing something weekly. I’ll keep expirementing until I find a format I like.
“I’d stay away from that…”—So I have my predictions (better yet guesses because I have no idea) on what I think is going to happen at WWDC but I’ve been advised that I shouldn’t comment about it. Even though I really don’t know anything…but I trust the people I asked for advice and they all told me the same thing. Oh well…
So I’ve been thinking of writing a post about a certain device. I’ve been thinking of this post for about 2 weeks now…but I don’t want my employer to believe I’m stating any inside information. So I’m wondering if there is a slant I can take to make it not even come across as if there is any inside information being given…
I am just at a lost and don’t know what to do…I hate when I have good ideas & can’t post them. Any suggestions?