My First Kindle Experience

Shortly before I left for Seattle I finished Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps through the Kindle Service on my iTouch.  The experience was pretty good.  I do have to say that the idea of purchasing a book on the Internet and being able to read it in just under a minute is a pretty impressive…

The World of Kindle

Amazon’s Kindle software recently landed in the iTunes app store and so I decided to download it to give it a spin.  So far so good.  Before I give my review of the software, however, let me point out that I’m in no way ready to make the jump into eBooks for three reasons: Right…

Stage Hand 1.5

My favorite presentation remote is Stage Hand.  It’s slick, it runs on my iTouch, and works wonderfully with Keynote.  A few months ago I did a video review of one of the inital releases of Stage Hand and folks seemed to like it.  Well, it’s changed so much over the last several releases I felt…

ACTPrinter Review

This morning I discovered that an app in the iTunes app store was going to be on special starting on Black Friday.  The special had the enticing price of “free” and, given that I was just waiting to back some spending money back before picking ACTPrinter up, I immediately downloaded it and set it up….

Olive Tree Bible Reader on my Touch

  If I keep writing reviews of iPod Touch apps I might have to start another blog!  Until then, however, here’s my review of the Olive Tree Bible Reader for iPhone/Touch.  A Video review will follow. One of the things I missed most when I retired my iPaq in July was a decent Bible reader….

Stage Manager

I kinda wanted to do something “just for fun” today.  So I translated 1 Corinthians 12 (yes, I find that fun), wrote some e-mails, thought ahead for my fall Sunday School class, and did this video of my new presenter remote.  I had been using Salling Clicker – but I just got an iPod touch…