Tag Archives: mobile

Random geo musings……

Another update Edited to add   Current hot trends for development appear to be split between geo spatial / local and image sharing. Most focus is being spent on developing for mobile devices, but to step back to a fuller … Continue reading

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Face Recognition – The Elephant in the Room

Back in June of this year, Facebook enabled auto tagging for photographs. The storm of controversy that this unleashed resounded around the net and resulted in a rapid reversal and face recognition was swiftly hidden behind a multitude of privacy … Continue reading

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Google+ – Secret Circles, Mobile vs Web Experience and Sharing

G+1 Secret Circles Circles are your very own catalogue and filing system and how you set up and manage them will largely depend on how you use the share and read functions. Circles can be embedded and duplicated which make … Continue reading

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Reflections on conversations over time

Asynchronous conversations probably started out with the advent of a postal system and handwritten letters – images of the traditional postie on his trusty bike, sauntering up the gravel paths to the front door, popping a bundle of assorted envelopes … Continue reading

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Beta Bunny reviews Localmind

Localmind With a spate of geo-locational apps flooding the market and competing for our check-ins ( aka our data ) Localmind enables users to ask other Localminds questions based upon their location. This is a step towards making apps that … Continue reading

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When is a mobile not a mobile?

There is a vast market of touchscreen devices, growing daily, but the naming protocol is leaving me confused? Between mobiles and tablets, ipods and ipads ( OK iKnow those last two are branded…) – where are the dividing lines in … Continue reading

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