I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my Google Reader shares.   App outreach and sustainability: lessons learned by Portland, Oregon Hidden cost of being Google employee No 59 Mango released to carriers, the clock is […]

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At this point, you are probably tired of hearing how HTML5 is changing everything. Everything in web applications and even mobile applications are changing. HTML5 even lets you create a web application that works almost like a desktop application. Yes, there is a lot of hype about HTML5, especially when you consider that the specification […]

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Changes are coming to RegularGeek! These are not really big changes, but they are something. Because some of the changes affect the content on this blog, I wanted to give you notice of what is coming. First, I hope to finally update the blog with a new logo. I have had the logo for a […]

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This is a guest post from Lior Levin. In a day and time where people are often tied down by 10+ tasks and to-dos a day, it can be hard to keep up with it all. I find it hard to believe that any true freelancer, professional or student can live without some type of […]

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As a parent, I am always looking at what my children are learning and what they like. As a software developer, I hope that my daughters embrace their inner geek one day and get involved with technology. That being said, I was wondering at what age kids should learn programming and what resources there are […]

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