Just wanted to let people know that I decided, after over 11 years, to finish up at HP. Below is the text of the email I sent around before I finished and I thought some might find it of interest. I’ve got a number of options available to me for my “next thing” and I’ll update my LinkedIn profile when the time is right. I’m still a big fan of mobile tech, especially WebOS and all of the open source initiatives surrounding it. I hope those I met during my unofficial time engaged with this keep in contact. Now, on to the farewell note…
This post contains my thoughts on the Palm Pre Plus (specifically an imported model not supported in Australia yet).
HTC have finally released the Desire here in Australia on the Telstra network. Sporting a UMTS 850/2100 radio it is perfect for those of us using the “NextG” Network - excellent coverage & speed. Here’s my story so far on moving to it from the iPhone 3GS.
There are some times when you want to buy products from overseas. Gadgets, clothes, movies, music etc. This is a quick post to let you know a few things to keep in mind.
In 2008 JOBO released a GPS device to assist with geotagging photos that sits in the hot-shoe of your favourite DSLR camera called the JOBO photoGPS. It’s a very convenient unit that takes a non-GPS capable DSLR and gives it GPS abilities. I use mine on my Canon 450D, and they can be found online at places such as B&H. This is a quick review.
Just got my hands on a HP Mini 1001TU for testing and decided to put Windows 7 Public Beta on it. Not easy to do and here's how I did it.
Come on Sony - Where are the iSync Plugins?