Posts tagged ‘software’

Two interesting ethical quandaries

Over the past few days, I’ve encountered two quirky but, to my mind, intriguing ethical questions. The first involves NationBuilder.com. They’re a site that enables anybody–many…

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Why Are There So Few Female Software Developers?

Speaking of gender and the technology industry, the New York Times took a swing at that vexing question: why are there so few women in Silicon…

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What Software Did You Use?

“I like your website. What software did you use?” I get questions like this occasionally. Sometimes they’re about a website, a video or some other webby…

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Boffin’s Needless Visualization

I randomly happened upon this little technology demo from Last.fm. It’s called Boffin, and, using Last.fm’s metadata, it generates a tag cloud out of your music…

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More Recommended OS X Apps

I was fortunate to get a bunch more recommendations for OS X apps from Twitter and my previous post. I’ve included most of them below. I…

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Geeks Recommend Their Favourite Apple OS X Software

This week I got a new iMac. It’s the first machine I’ve had that’s running OS X 10.5 (that would be Leopard for all you cat-lovers),…

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There Are No Frickin’ Cross References in Apple’s Pages?

We’re spending the weekend putting the final touches on our ebook, and planning our marketing push. I’m doing the final layout work on the book, and…

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ReviewMe Review: iPlagiarismCheck

This is a review for ReviewMe, first discussed around here last year. The subject of the review pays me to review their product or service, though…

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