I’ve been writing speculative (okay, "wishful") blog posts about an iPad-like device from Apple since 2006.* And now, for the past three weeks,
Articles by Rex Hammock
I woke up today to hear two NPR stories about the iPad. Story one was a technology analyst blasting the device because it doesn’t have a camera and so,
Why is the lightbulb the symbol for having an idea? The obvious reason is that it symbolizes a light turning on in your brain at that “aha” moment.
With its recent redesign (which I like), Newsweek.com cloned one of the lesser known but truly incredible parts of the New York Times Web site: an encyclopedia-like organization of its archives—including in most cases,
I’ve done them. You’ve done them. Every magazine has done them: the year end list. Other than creating them—and claiming not to like them—I had never really given these ubiquitous lists too much thought until several years ago,