iPhone Applications – An Overview

A few weeks ago, I posted about the siren’s song of the iPhone application for communications people. It’s the new hot thing and a lot of marketers / agencies are saying “we need an iPhone application!” without thinking through the “why” part of the equation. Adverblog has a great post about the contradictions of the … Continue reading

How To: Create Better Presentations (Part 2)

Found a great post on the Fallon blog tonight called “How to present like Steve Jobs.” They provided a link to the video below and the tutorial is great – from slide creation to speaking style, it’s worthwhile for anyone to watch who is doing presentations constantly. The best point? Reherse, reherse, reherse. Don’t wing … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything — all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure – these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. … Continue reading

The history of Apple Products

Because we like apple.

Well Played Apple

A nice response to the new, $300 million dollar “I’m A PC” campaign. It was only a matter of time.


Contrary to my brain, I decided to head to the Toronto iPhone launch this morning to pick myself up a new, 3G 8GB (I know), iPhone. Doors to the store opened at 8am and after getting a recommendation from someone who lines up for all of these things (Wii, PS3, Dark Knight, etc), I decided … Continue reading

iPhone meet iPong…news doors are opened.

The wireless market in general has been using the idea of “our products help to connect, share This has to be the coolest implementation of Pong ever: load the iPong application in two or three iPods touch units or iPhones, and start playing between them using your finger, with the ball actually passing from one … Continue reading

Apple – Own The Home

Predicting the next technology trends and the future is something that many people (especially tech nerds) love to do. Forrester, one of the most dominant research companies in North America, has released an interesting study on how Apple will evolve over the next 5-7 years. The just of the study? That Apple will try to … Continue reading

iPhone Customer Survey Results

The results are in. Everyone knows that the iPhone is a big success. But Why? Here are some of the key findings: iPhone users are very satisfied. The iPhone users we surveyed report very high levels of satisfaction with the product. They are using its features extensively. (Page 12.) E-mail is the #1 function. The … Continue reading

A Free Lesson in Customer Service

If you haven’t heard of “iPod’s Dirty Secret” you should check it out below. The video was created a few years ago in response to Neistat brothers horrible call with Apple about his defunct iPod battery. Essentially, the customer service rep told him that he only had once choice – to buy a new iPod … Continue reading