Steve Yelvington has seven points you should consider about what we’ve been calling the “mobile web,” the most interesting one of which is the first: There is no Mobile Web. There is only one Web, and it is the real Web. All the pseudo-Webs and WAP-services and walled-garden fakery are dead. Good stuff. It’s all […]
Car retailer Jack Antwerpen shows us he’s the biggest dealer in town in today’s full-page cover to the Autos section of The Baltimore Sun. But, as Norma Desmond might have said, it’s not that the dealers have gotten bigger; it’s that the cars have gotten smaller. So much smaller. Yes, this shall be submitted to […]
I see these a lot while driving around: Now, maybe it’s because I drive a Honda Element with an Apple sticker on the back that I notice everyone else that goes by me in a Honda Element with an Apple sticker, but I think that somewhere at Apple or Honda there’s a Venn Diagram on […]
Say Everything is about people. But first, the news. — The destruction of two buildings in lower Manhattan marked the end of a lot of things — mainly our assumptions about how the world worked — and the beginning of a lot more. It also marked the moment when both traditional online news and the […]
This is a joke, right? Because, if not, the blowback and the apologies will certainly be entertaining to watch. Update: It’s definitely not the work of Visit Baltimore, the city’s tourism board, despite what the snookered City Paper says.
Hah! It figures that the moment I decide to start writing about WordPress, my fancy-schmancy custom theme decides that it’s going to explode on the single posts. There’s work to be done… EDIT TO ADD: Looks like I’ve reverted to the stock theme. Marina hated that picture of me anyway. So enjoy the stock imagery […]