We all exist in the same world. We create different opportunities however. We are looking at the same things but we are seeing them from different perspectives. This is why some people find gold where others have only found rubbish.
Archive for the 'Weekly Observation' Category
Tags: categorisation, perspective, success, thoughts
Tags: apple, iPad, prediction, technology, ui
I have written a few posts lately regarding the Apple iPad. It is a device that is really intriguing to me. Partly due to what it is, and partly due to the reaction it has generated. The next few months will give us some very valuable insights into how people work, how people think they work and how you may work more efficiently. I think a lot of people think these ideas are very closely aligned for them whereas I fear that for many they are actually quite far apart.
Tags: apple, apple netbook, apple tablet, netbook
Everyone else is throwing around predictions on what Apple will reveal on the 27th. So let’s jump on the bandwagon and add our own 2c worth. I reckon Apple will and will not release a tablet. Read on for just what I mean by that.
Tags: apple, apple tablet, tablet, text input
There is a lot of hype at the moment surrounding the supposed Apple tablet. Many people have been speculating on what features it will have and what the interface will be like. Of particular interest is how you will enter text on an Apple tablet. This got me thinking about how you could do this efficiently.
Tags: search, wordpress, wordpress search
WordPress Search is rather interesting. I’m curious to find out more about how WordPress performs its search. How does WordPress Search work?
Tags: technology, time travel
What if you invented a time machine and went back in time and grabbed the old you and then went forward in time to where you first left off? You wouldn’t exist for a period of time. Which would also potentially mean you weren’t there to invent said time machine. Which would then mean you wouldn’t be able to go back in time to stop yourself and so on.
If you were the first person to invent time travel, how hard would it be to resist wanting to try this experiment out?