Mobile Research – Scanner Edition

Your mobile phone is quickly becoming an amazing scanner thanks to some very impressive scanning apps. Not only does it make scanning a breeze, it can save you money too. What makes phone scanning apps so useful? Your phone is with you just about anywhere you go. Scanning with your phone is both quick and…

WordPress Desktop App

Have you noticed the message in your WordPress desktop inviting you to try the new editor? I tried it and it is very nice. It’s free and available for Windows, Mac and Linux computers and it will work on both and self-hosted sites that have Jetpack installed. You can download the app at WordPress.…

It All Started Here

This is my first blog post – October 22, 2003. It doesn’t seem like it’s been that long . . . until I start looking at all the stuff between then and now. Thanks to all of you who’ve been there with me.



Dungeness Ruins – Cumberland Island, Georgia

Gentility is what’s left over from rich ancestors after the money is gone.
~ John Ciardi

Thank You

Even with the “technical difficulties” it was a great seminar. It was a pleasure to meet so many focused researchers!

Today’s Tech – Oct. 16th

Mac users will find big updates for the iWork apps (Pages, Keynote & Numbers) on both Mac and iOS. This includes support for the new Mac/iOS split screen and force touch features. One very nice update supports extended features in OpenType fonts like small caps, contextual fractions, alternative glyphs and others. If you have older documents from…

Today’s Tech – Oct 10th

Tumblr bloggers using the iOS app recently received an update that makes some changes to how photos are included in posts. Tap the All Photos option at the top of the selector panel to narrow your selection to a specific album. Nice. The update notice also hinted this update would be leading to even bigger changes…