July 25, 2008
500,000+ visitors and counting.
iThink that is the mark of a good blog. A blog iSimply started as a response to a situation… it has spawned so much more and all of it for no cost to me at all. Except my time, energy and combination of the two to make the RSS subscribers happy. And speaking of happy, iAm officially happy to have reached 500,000 visitors to the web pages of Thunk Different.
Thank you readers, WordPress, Apple, the Wall Street Journal, IBM, and everyone else who has published my work and made this possible. iAm humbled, iThunk none of this was possible and wouldn’t have been with out the web & the people the make it possible… you.
April 24, 2008
Will keep the technicians away. Get a mac and learn how to create better.
April 1, 2008
Last month saw some pretty big numbers. Likely enough to advertise some serious coin. However, Thunk Different still has a ways to go before we are even a year old and there is so much more to do with 2.0 weblogs. If you would like to write for Thunk Different, or collaborate just say the word and we’ll see what’s shaking. Thanks for reading people, it’s a great resource, so bookmark us for sure if you like iphone, mac, apple, wii, games, tech, mobile, biz, movies, sex, green business & gorgeous photography – it’s what we do.. its the world thought out and turned on its head, we can think different, this blog is thunk different… It’s web 2.0
March 27, 2008
OpenOffice.org announces the release of version 2.4 with 9 new chart features, 5 PDF export enhancements, text to columns in Calc, rectangular selection in Writer, bug fixes, performance improvements, improvements supporting the growing library of extensions such as 3D OpenGL transitions in Impress, and much more.
read more | digg story
March 22, 2008
If you are a business professional, or just want to rock that mac 24/7. You will need a verizon wireless card, or a usb card. I’d go for the USB port antenna even if the urge to use your mac book pro port is tempting, it’s best left for other ideas – USB 2.0, SATA, SETI communication, etc.
So with Verizon you do get a kick ass network, you really do. I’m sure some of you heard about the 700 Mhz bandwidth deal going on that Verizon pretty much cleaned house in, but that is a ways off, for now they still have the bets US coverage for wireless broadband, and the only really quality hook up for mac.
So what do you get and how do you get it?
1. Contract? Yes. 1 or two years with a $175.00 cancellation fee minus $5.00 off for every month you are on the plan
2. Activation? Yes. Even if you have a Verizon cell phone, the fee is usually $35.00
3. Monthly Cost? $59.00 plus taxes. Sure, there is a small megabyte plan, but that defeats the purpose unless you are a granny/gramps that just needs to check email, doesn’t watch you tube, uses quicktime, itunes, or a comparable torrent service.
4. What are the limitations?
What most people want to know is, “What Does 5 Gigabytes Get Me?” Read the rest of this entry »
March 19, 2008
(CHICAGO) Tired with a capital T, yes – I am going to rest until I get washed around 10:00, then I have good bear behavior lessons at 11:30 where this guy is going to talk to me ALL ABOUT web 2.0 and how he has ALL THESE STUPID IDEAS about. My big hairy ass! How come he works at a zoo and talks to animals “Golly, I’m getting outta here one day.” HA HA HA That is a joke. So I’m busy today and unfortunately, very sleepy too.
February 11, 2008
Apple has recently applied to expand its trademark into the realm of gaming, including a trademark relating to “stand alone video game machines.” Could Apple TV morph into Pippin 2.0? read more | digg story
January 5, 2008
Imagine if you could, Google… Everything.
We tried just that with Googleverything.com on the 20% weblogs network. And you know, for as big as google is, to cover it all the time, just.. sucks.
It moves, it shakes, what do you want? Follow it yourself, google google. get it?
So while the move of Google, sex, and pandora’s boz made the leap, googleverything didn’t make the cut. Not to say that it won’t someday, just not now, or today.
Thanks for checking it out however, find out more about Googleverything & 20% weblogs
October 16, 2007
Here is a nice summary of the old 1.0 world models vs. the new 2.0 web model. i’M all for the new 2.0 ways of doing things, its much more up to the individual, unless you want to embed most things in WordPress tho, then you have to contact the design team or figure out the html/css code yourself, jenkies!