Archive for January, 2014

Pro Apps and User Input

Friday, January 31st, 2014

I spent some time over the last couple of weeks playing with Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X.  These are Apple’s Pro apps.  They’re a good place to look if you’re trying to figure out what a “Pro” iPad might be, because to me, something worthy of the Pro name would be a […]

Connected Device Privacy

Sunday, January 19th, 2014

So Google bought Nest. This seems like a big deal, and maybe it is. It’s too early to tell. I was listening to John Siracusa in a recent ATP episode talking about how the privacy concern with Google adding the Nest data to the collection of data they collect on all their users isn’t that […]