Via TUAW comes news that Madrid’s visitors can rent tourist-friendly iPads from a business called Pad In The City, preloaded with a collection of Apps geared towards visitors to that Spanish city. Back in 2009, after traveling in Europe, I Continue reading The tripPad™ arrives in Madrid
Newly launched is the web site of Toronto based http://www.James-Signs.com, a designer and manufacturer of signs and graphics for a variety of applications for both standard stock-type signage and accessories but also catering to the individual needs of a diverse Continue reading James Signs, built as a custom Ruby on Rails CMS site
There has been a lot of speculation this month about Apple TV, changes that make it more than a “Hobby” for Apple, including : re-branding it as iTV -even though that is already a British TV network called ITV. Could Continue reading Apples part of the shifting Television screen.
This is the result of a couple of conversations I’ve had with small shop keepers. They may use some web technologies outside of their business for personal use : ebay, facebook, email, a few e-commerce sites. They may a iPod Continue reading Social Networking for Small Businesses
The Economist, Survey of E-COMMERCE. A Must read for May 13th 2004 E-commerce is coming of age, says Paul Markillie, but not in the way predicted in the bubble years I expect I’ll add more quotes and comments once I Continue reading A Perfect Market Comes of Age