Running the Norwegian government from an iPad

From CNN: A cloud of ash from a volcano in Iceland swept toward mainland Europe on Thursday, forcing up to 6,000 flight cancellations across the continent, according to the intergovernmental body that manages European air travel. Thousands of flights were affected as some of Europe’s busiest airports closed, including London’s Heathrow; Amsterdam, Netherlands’ Schiphol; and Paris, France’s Charles de Gaulle.¬†Volcanic ash can cause jet engines to shut down.¬†The prime minister of Norway was among those stranded by the closure ofRead more

The Twitter Post

A phenomenon has swept across the internet. Twitter. No, it’s not new, in fact it was developed in March 2006 according to Wikipedia. I personally started using it in March of 2007, after reading Kottke proclaim: “Twitter is the first thing on the web that I’ve been excited about in ages. Like years. The last thing was probably Flickr.” I used it consistently since first joining, updating at a steady rate of about 1 ‘tweet’ per day. I approached itRead more