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Mark Krynsky
My Fitbit Flex Hasn't Changed My Life, But It's Telling Me What's Wrong – ReadWrite - http://readwrite.com/2013...
Good review of the Fitbit Flex describing why activity trackers need to provide insights. This is critical if these devices are to penetrate the current realm beyond us quantified self data nerds. - Mark Krynsky
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Making it count: Nike+ Accelerator powered by TechStars launches 10 new Nike FuelBand focused startups « Silicon Florist - http://siliconflorist.com/2013...
News on the demo day event unveiling 10 startups that were produced by Nike and Techstars accelerator program for apps and services for the Nike Fuelband. - Mark Krynsky
Mark Krynsky
Money Can Buy Happiness -- If You Spend It Right - Forbes - http://www.forbes.com/sites...
Great tips on how to optimize the ways we spend money to make us happier. - Mark Krynsky
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APIs: What Are The Common Obstacles?Quantified Self - http://quantifiedself.com/2013...
Data vendors take note: These are the common obstacles faced by Quantified Self developers who are working with your API's. - Mark Krynsky
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Finally, a wearable device that can improve your lifestyle. by Phyode — Kickstarter - http://www.kickstarter.com/project...
Looking forward to testing the W/ME wristband which provides insight towards our mental state & agility. - Mark Krynsky
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Prepare For A Personalized, Preventative Health Care Revolution | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation - http://www.fastcoexist.com/1681997...
I love how we're moving towards taking more control by being pro-active about our health and not just continuing the reactive approach currently in place. - Mark Krynsky
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Context Improves Activity Monitoring | Sensor Platforms - http://www.sensorplatforms.com/context...
One company's plans to use contextual history to improve activity tracking data accuracy. - Mark Krynsky
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Why Google+ is best for 'real-life streaming' ( - Internet ) - http://news.idg.no/cw...
Mike Elgan makes the argument for using Google+ as a Lifestreaming service. - Mark Krynsky
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Mary Meeker: Wearables and digital health ramping up | mobihealthnews - http://mobihealthnews.com/22702...
Mary Meeker's annual state of the internet with trending analysis showed major growth in wearables & digital health. - Mark Krynsky
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BACTrack is the “quantified self” app for boozers | PandoDaily - http://pandodaily.com/2013...
A pro grade device is now available to measure your blood alcohol level with an iOS app for tracking. - Mark Krynsky
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Technology: Apps that help you manage your life - FT.com - http://www.ft.com/cms...
Great look at one person's devices and apps used for his daily #quantifiedself lifestyle. - Mark Krynsky
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Re: Nike Fuelband, Jawbone Up, Fitbit One, and Bodymedia Armband Comparison Review - http://lifestreamblog.com/nike-fu...
"Great comparison you did Amanda with some good analysis of the data differences. Thanks for sharing." - Mark Krynsky
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Re: Nike Fuelband, Jawbone Up, Fitbit One, and Bodymedia Armband Comparison Review - http://lifestreamblog.com/nike-fu...
"Thanks for the feedback Trae. I'm still wearing both the Jawbone and Fitbit but think that once I get the Flex I might be tipped. While I love the Jawbone reporting, I have to say that missing web reporting is a major bummer for me. I really like digging in to stats more on my computer than mobile device. Perhaps this will changes soon. I didn't realize you didn't have to manually tell the Jawbone you woke up, but that makes sense. I'll have to read up on that in the manual. I'm aware of the Amiigo and Striiv. The Amiigo sounds interesting and i look forward to seeing what type of reporting they offer and but having an API with third party services support is important to me and we'll see how that progresses if at all as I'm not sure they plan on offering one." - Mark Krynsky
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What Is Lifelogging And Why Should You Do It? - http://www.makeuseof.com/tag...
Nice primer and some reasoning behind lifelogging. - Mark Krynsky
Mark Krynsky
Fitbit Flex review - gdgt - http://gdgt.com/fitbit/flex/
Nice summary and aggregate scoring for all reviews of the Fitbit Flex by GDGT. - Mark Krynsky
Mark Krynsky
Nicholas Felton | Feltron.com - http://feltron.com/ar12_01...
The beautiful annual data visualiztions of a year of personal tracking for 2012 by Nicholas Feltron. - Mark Krynsky
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Fitbit Flex review | The Verge - http://www.theverge.com/2013...
Nice review of Fitbit's new wristband which sounds like a winner. - Mark Krynsky
Steve Gillmor
Gillmor Gang Live
hi. Here's today's show! - Tina Chase Gillmor
Hello - no link to the video though - Kevin Marks
Aloha! - Nir Ben Yona
That pic went VIRAL robert.... i was both scared and proud at the same time - Matthew Voshell
Wink to take a photo #Glass - Nir Ben Yona
hey everyone... - Tina Chase Gillmor
Graph Search gonna give Google headaches https://www.facebook.com/notes... - clive boulton
@kevin Facebook seems to be trying to figure out how to take all that traffic and turn it into money... unlike ost companies who know how to make money and are trying to get traffic..... what does that say? - Matthew Voshell
@clive I tried graph search... it "works" but I never use it... - Matthew Voshell
Hey all - Christian Burns from Android
Name the show? "Pooping in Public"? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Too early to tell Tina! Needs to ripen a bit. ;) - Alex de Soto
Keith, I also had an internet cafe in the same time period with CU-SeeMe in SoCal - Jerry Schuman
Segway came up against the same type of regulatory scrutiny that glass will. - Jerry Schuman
yes Alex but Pooping inPublic is a contender already - Tina Chase Gillmor
Scoble is spot on - Christian Burns
"Walked outside with Google Glass for the first time. Stepped in dog poop almost immediately. Pretty sure this is what the future is like." Aaron Gotwalt - Kevin Marks
I would rather have a google watch, - Christian Burns
I dont want my kids to grow up using glass - Christian Burns
You will be assimulated - Kevin Marks
@Kevin hahahahaha - Matthew Voshell
Jerry - Awesome - Keith Teare
Just proves how old we are ;-) - Jerry Schuman
so looking forward to Glass, my neck hurts having to constantly look down at my phone - Da
Because kids dont have enough access to video games.. - Christian Burns
@Matthew Google search became terribly boring, link results too predictable or gamed. Graph Search much more interesting. FB engineering paper explains why. - clive boulton
The issue is CPU speed vs. battery life. - Murray Macdonald
That thing looks fragil. Think I might break it quickly - Tina Chase Gillmor
"There is no Moore’s Law for batteries." - Alex de Soto
Vuzix M-100 is $499 and it has better CPU specs. http://www.vuzix.com/consume... - Murray Macdonald
stopgap battery measure - mini usb plug to a usb external battery - Da
Playing Ice Hockey with Google Glass http://youtu.be/Md1rfj0mhEs - Nir Ben Yona
@Da They might need to figure out how to cool the CPU when Glass is attached to an external battery. - Alex de Soto
You can't write local apps... My understanding is all 3rd party apps are in the cloud. Is that not true? Can you install a local app? - Murray Macdonald
you need to hack it to write local apps yes - Kevin Marks
the Mirror API is all cloud - Kevin Marks
It occurs to me that the feedback from wearing this device is where the real product is going to come from. - Tina Chase Gillmor
Vuzix allows real local apps on the device... - Murray Macdonald
Glass camera should recognize a limited set of gestures but ignore others, like fly swats for example. - Alex de Soto
The fact it works at all is awesome. Main discussion is, is it ready? - Keith Teare
And is it the right way to incorporate computing into the person - Keith Teare
what I mean is that the things people discover in using the early product will create main features and dictate what this product looks and feels like eventually. Might be a "duh" statement but real important here - Tina Chase Gillmor
so as good as google voice recognition on android - Christian Burns
agree Tina - Christian Burns
That was excellent speech recognition. Say "period" to end a sentence. - Murray Macdonald
better than Siri then? - Kevin Marks
Because of context.... - Murray Macdonald
Kevin, different than Siri. - Robert Scoble
Glass is just like every other Google "product". Nothing more then another input to their global information AI. It will go the way of Reader as soon as it's signal to noise ratio is bad. - Jerry Schuman
virtual keyboard floating in front of you? plenty of times when i don't want to talk out loud - Da
I almost never want to talk out loud to a gadget - Kevin Marks
Kevin: this slide shows that both Siri and Google sucks: https://plus.google.com/photos... - Robert Scoble
The camera belongs on the head. You can't easily turn your chest... - Murray Macdonald
Kevin: you will with this one. You can control it with your finger too. - Robert Scoble
Oh, now I understand that the Star Trek uniforms are more due to the technology built in and less to do with military/government - Tina Chase Gillmor
AirPlay? You mean Wifi Direct? The last thing we need is a proprietary standard when open standards exist. - Murray Macdonald
that didn't work as a link robert - Kevin Marks
like wifi direct, but functionally limited - Keith Teare
airplay currently better - Keith Teare
took me to my instant uploads - Kevin Marks
Better how? AirPlay is limited... As a developer Wifi Direct will do what you want... - Murray Macdonald
google can start to look for your face and see what you are looking at, - Christian Burns
Same goes for humans... Try being named Macdonald, not McDonald. 90% human failure. - Murray Macdonald
"Send full info to my living room Google TV" would be cool. Or to AirPlay.... - Alex de Soto
Screen sharing - Tina Chase Gillmor
google manages both MacDonald and McDonald - Kevin Marks
the golden arches and the golden archs - Matthew Voshell
WiFi direct is capable of much more than screens; any p2p communications between apps. If the eyepiece, camera, phone and such are going to collaborate together, you need much more than screen sharing. You need an open p2p API - Murray Macdonald
i want multiple windows on my Glass. no external, multiple physical screens wanted - Da
Google not tuning for personal nuances opens up for competition - clive boulton
They are also using the SnowCrash paradigm - Christian Burns
Doesnt that one samsung device allow multiple screens? on a phone? seems stupid - Matthew Voshell
keith getting noisy again - Kevin Marks
multiple screens on an iPad would eb more sensible than 3/4 of the screen being black - Kevin Marks
dual windows on the Galaxy Note 2 is awesome - Da
Bluetooth is too slow, unless it uses wifi. Wifi direct is all that and more... AirPlay is the new FaceTime. A proprietary flavor of a generic ability. - Murray Macdonald
GoogleWave - Murray Macdonald
I got Steve Hill Mall - Kevin Marks
Google is working on an open alternative to Airplay that will also integrate with DLNA http://gigaom.com/2012... - Mark Krynsky
Xbox IllumiRoom Project http://www.youtube.com/watch... - Da
It's called WifiDirect. Samsung phones share photos and videos... - Murray Macdonald
That blackberry screen sharing was cool; google hang out has it too... - Matthew Voshell
Reflector is pretty cool. - Alex de Soto
Just played with the Blackberry Z10 the other week. Awesome device (comes from an iphone fan). - Nir Ben Yona
@Nir.... i feel the same way... so sad - Matthew Voshell
@Matthew: I hope to see a real change by the summer. Whether it's a new iphone device or a completely revamped iOS 7 platform - Nir Ben Yona
Anyone also see the parallel to the novel Deamon and Freedom TM? - Christian Burns
switch the camera back keith - Steve Gillmor
I'd rather have a device I can write local computer vision application on... Everything in the cloud is going to make everything latent. The problem is battery life... - Murray Macdonald
Arrington is playing Dots I see - Kevin Marks
"They" should get out of the way. Writing filters should be open to the 3rd party market. Notifications and "page rank" are proprietary solutions the 3rd party market can't innovate on. Let others write filters.... - Murray Macdonald
Kevin's birdies sing pretty songs - Tina Chase Gillmor
OK time to name the show - Tina Chase Gillmor
What's this Close Friends trick? Is there a blog post about it? - Evan Prodromou
@Nir yea, Sir Jonny is hard at work, rumors point at a simplier design (ala google) and more continuty across softeware and hardware.... idk, i'm excited i think he's a visionary - Matthew Voshell
When's the next show? - Murray Macdonald
if you mark someone a close friend, you get notifications of all their posts - Kevin Marks
I'm ready for $200!! - Da
Jean Luc Picard Proticals - Christian Burns
Earl Grey Tea, Hot - Kevin Marks
Ok, Glass, Earl Gray Tea hot - Christian Burns
Why can't his computer remember the prefs? Enterprise software. - Kevin Marks
I want my air screen - Tina Chase Gillmor
No third party apps - Christian Burns
Everyone on this show already wears something... Glasses are pretty common. - Murray Macdonald
thats a fashion thing too though. At one point contact lenses were taking over - Kevin Marks
When's the next show? - Murray Macdonald
@Matthew He definitely is. - Nir Ben Yona
Friday at 1pm Pacific - Christian Burns
YESSSS.... this should be be so easier if you did a Hangout On--Air... then robert should broadcast what he sees! - Matthew Voshell
If there every is going to even be another show - Christian Burns
good - siddharth
Mark Krynsky
Days, A Photo Diary App For iOS - http://laughingsquid.com/days-a-...
A new lifelogging app. - Mark Krynsky
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Google Public Policy Blog: Plan your digital afterlife with Inactive Account Manager - http://googlepublicpolicy.blogspot.com/2013...
Important new tool you should setup to provide access to loved ones to your Google account data if you die. - Mark Krynsky
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Panic’s Status Board for iPad is a gorgeous customizable heads-up display for your site, data or social feeds - http://thenextweb.com/apps...
Create a personal dashboard of custom aggregated data using Panic’s Status Board. - Mark Krynsky
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It’s not just about big data: here’s why small data matters to your health - http://gigaom.com/2013...
Thoughts on drawing health insights from aggregation of personal data. - Mark Krynsky
Michael McKean
RIP Michael. :( - EricaJoy
RIP. :( - iTad
RIP Michael :( My condolences to family and loved ones. - Penny
Condolences to your family. RIP. - AJ Batac
RIP Dear Michael - DanDan
Fly with the angels my friend - MAMA VAL#GOSCARLETTGO
condolences :( - Holden Page
OMG.. RIP, Michael. - Thierry R. Andriamirado
:( - Mil∂d
RIP. :-( - Kol Tregaskes
RIP Michael. - Mark Krynsky
Attended Michael's Trisagion Service tonight, will go to the funeral tomorrow. Family OK w photos, will post as memorial to Michael. - Norman Demetrios Fletcher
oh...we weren't ready for this - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
RIP Michael. This is so sad... I just learned about his passing yesterday. :-( - Jannifer @wordsforliving
Miss you, Michael. - vicster: full-bodied
Wish he could have seen us tonight. He just may have. - Josh Haley from iPhone
"when tomorrow starts without me....." My heart and prayers go to you, Michael and you're family. May you're family find peace and comfort in the days ahead. <3 - Lynda Dmoch
Happy Birthday. - Mike Nencetti
no more pain. - Big Joe Silence
RIP Michael. ;( ;( ;( - rowlikeagirl
Coming on one year. I hope that his family is doing okay, and am truly saddened that we couldn't interact with him this year. - NOT THE CRICKET
Wow, I can't believe it's been that long. - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPod
:( I forgot to bump this on monday. :( - NOT THE CRICKET
:-( - Ashish
I only new him for a very short time here, but I miss him. - NOT THE CRICKET
Happy Birthday Michael. - Mike Nencetti
Happy Birthday Michael. nice to see your account is still here. - Mike Nencetti
On FB he kept turning up on "People You May Know" even a few months ago. Bittersweet to see him there. Happy Birthday to Michael. - vicster: full-bodied
Mark Krynsky
Sleep: Everything You Need To Know - https://medium.com/the-hea...
Great comprehensive post to help you with sleep. - Mark Krynsky
Mark Krynsky
Your precious family photos are going to die - http://www.edicy.com/blog...
An article on the various methods to store photos and each of their perils along with advice. - Mark Krynsky
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How life-logging can change the way we view and express ourselves - http://tribaling.com/blog...
Great post that explores many different facets of how Lifelogging can have an effect on our lives. - Mark Krynsky
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Emotion Sense Android Mood/Sensor App - https://forum.quantifiedself.com/thread-...
Testing this new Android app that tracks your emotions & compares the data to multiple smartphone sensors. - Mark Krynsky
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Makeover: Know Thy Quantified Self - http://online.wsj.com/article...
Here are some great tips if you're thinking about dipping your toes into the quantified self. - Mark Krynsky
Steve Gillmor
Gillmor Gang Live 04.05.13 (TCTV) - http://techcrunch.com/2013...
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Gillmor Gang - John Borthwick, Kevin Marks, Keith Teare, John Taschek, and Steve Gillmor. Recording live today at 1pm Pacific. - Steve Gillmor
We're on! - Kevin Costain
Hi Gang - Keith Teare
For some reason I have the feeling that we're going to hear about Facebook Home, right? Well, here's my take, it's all about engagement, the more you engage the more you click on ads, and ads are money, so Facebook Home is all about the money. - Nir Ben Yona
I finally got my first piece of "healthware" today... so far it's pretty sweet!! http://www.withings.com/en... - Matthew Voshell
Facebook Home isn't it like carrier cruft? - clive boulton
I just don't see how anyone would *want* Facebook Home. - Kevin Costain
I think the Facebook Home has quite a good potential in emerging markets. - Nir Ben Yona
SInce Robert is in Miami, I'll say it: Facebook will be able to push notifications styled like Home "cards" to Google Glass too. Just change the presentation to horizontal and tweak to use Mirror API. Those Chat Heads could also be pushed to Google Glass, If you like that sort of thing. - Alex de Soto
Google+ coming to you phone Home soon - clive boulton
@Matthew nice. I recently got the Fitbit Aria scale myself. Also, I'm currently testing 4 different activity trackers. Withings is releasing one of their own soon. - Mark Krynsky
FB Home = Microsoft Bob for Android - Kevin Costain
That's pretty funny Kevin Costain ... - John Taschek
Google Glass already has pop-up faces in circles, at least in the original promo film - Kevin Marks
:) It just doesn't make sense why Facebook didn't just fork Android. That would have seemed like a more prudent move. - Kevin Costain
theywant to run on all android phones - Kevin Marks
even the ones google isn't on - Kevin Marks
Indeed @Kevin, and for that, they likely will fail. - Kevin Costain
The movie referred to is The Truman Show with Jim Carey - Ed Schlesinger
Imagine though, every single app wants to become the launcher? The Bit.ly launcher? The Path launcher? - Kevin Costain
harder for them to pull it off - Kevin Marks
@Mark... i almost bought the firbit aria as well.. but it's WIRELESS B?!?!! - Matthew Voshell
By being the top-most layer app on the home screen, Facebook fans will be more likely to use Facebook services (check-ins, messaging, photos, even email) instead of using other apps "hidden" on the device. Smart. They really want a Facebook app-centric phone. - Alex de Soto
Now, on a more simplistic level - Facbook Home is a worse launcher itself than any of the older, more crude versions of Android. It's a regression for launcher features. - Kevin Costain
also the data speaks for itself too - Ed Schlesinger
@Mark.. add this to your list.. i'm waiting for mine http://www.misfitwearables.com/shine - Matthew Voshell
http://dcurt.is/vision Zuck's vision statement - Keith Teare
its not meant to be a good launcher, it's meant to be a good screensaver and notifications shell - Kevin Marks
Yea, when you go to a website in mobile safari and if it has an app it shows the bar along the top... thats really useful for me - Matthew Voshell
it's goal is to de-emphasize launching apps - Kevin Marks
is zuckerberg just trying to open up the data intake like a beluga whale to sell on the back end? - Matthew Voshell
@Kevin - yes, clearly it's what they're trying to be. But, as an Android user, do I want to give up features to get "Chat Heads"? I'm not so sure. - Kevin Costain
#Chatter should be the Social Home Page for the Cloud - Ed Schlesinger
us here aen't the target - Kevin Marks
I just wonder, if people aren't that unsavvy, this might not be very popular. The mass install has to come from downloads - not from buying the phone (Zuck said it himself in the presentation). - Kevin Costain
And, my feeling is that on the HTC First, the launcher won't be replaceable from FB Home. If that's the case - brutal. - Kevin Costain
Facebook is to the social web what Goldman Sachs is to the giant sucking octopus - clive boulton
Google glass "cards" are another example of closed notifications. They all have to go through the google servers. No apps can run locally on the device. Apps can only live in the cloud. - Murray Macdonald
@Matthew I'm aware of that device...and many others :) http://lifestreamblog.com/lifelog... - Mark Krynsky
Like, are we talking about Facebook home turning a "Smart" phone into a "Feature" phone? - Kevin Costain
kind of, Kevin. - Kevin Marks
I for one am sick of this "Mobile First" mantra. I still use my desktop much more than mobile. Call me old school....and get off my lawn. - Mark Krynsky
.. all in the name of simplification (hello Metro tiles) - :) - Kevin Costain
The dumbing down of OS's is just another step towards our march to Idiocracy. - Mark Krynsky
No, get off MY lawn! - Tina Chase Gillmor
Android can't respond placing Google+ on Home w/o risking run-in w/ t/ regulators - clive boulton
they can make it more pluggable - Kevin Marks
@Mark - maybe we're all just getting old :) - Kevin Costain
the next phone I buy wiil have a higher res screen than my laptop - Kevin Marks
Google could copy Facebook Home using Google+ exclusively on a new Motorola phone as a test bed. - Mark Krynsky
I am an assembly programmer. (embedded microcontrollers) - Murray Macdonald
Murray - rewire works great on Windows. I'm a Cubase (Steinberg) user. But audiobus does it on the iPad - http://audiob.us/ - John Taschek
Galaxy S4 to Launch in Korea Packing a 1.8GHz Exynos Octa-core Chip, woohoo!! - Da
Kevin EXACTLY! How is it that we can get these mobile devices to have such awesome resolutions and PPI specs and you have to pay a fortune to get an LCD monitor with that resolution? - Mark Krynsky
Consider this: In all the years of Windows, how many applications took over the shell (easy to do) and became our "Facebook Home" on Windows? - Kevin Costain
Jet here... low and loud - Tina Chase Gillmor
@John...ah the memories. I used to play with Cubase Digital Audio on an Atari Falcon with 8 tracks of digital audio! - Mark Krynsky
It seems to act more like those live wallpapers that Android used to offer, back in the early days. - Nir Ben Yona
John: I'm a Cubase/live/metro user. I agree Rewire is brilliant. - Murray Macdonald
I've got a 12 volt car battery as a mophie - Kevin Marks
the 3800mAh Extended Battery for my VZW Galaxy Nexus is awesome - Da
Mophie Steve. Mophie. - Tina Chase Gillmor
He's used as a battery inside the Matrix - Mophieous :) - Kevin Costain
Yeah, Lowbat! Android screen sucks battery compared to iOS why? - clive boulton
CPU isn't the issue. Getting connections across walled-gardens is the problem... - Murray Macdonald
it's more the computations per energy curve: http://pinterest.com/pin... - Kevin Marks
Boy I sure feel extra ranty today. I blame no Scoble. - Mark Krynsky
Google Glass only uploads to G+ - Murray Macdonald
running two Youtube videos on a Galaxy Note 2 is great - Da
yup - "Getting connections across walled-gardens is the problem..." - clive boulton
John Borthwick has a nice head of hair. Just had to be said ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
i used to have - Keith Teare
OLED displays will save battery. - Murray Macdonald
That's a mod mop Tina! ;) - Alex de Soto
The Nexus 4 is great, except for the speaker phone... Can't beat the $300 no-contract price. - Murray Macdonald
I'm actually more excited about the HTC One than the S4 but I do like how Samsung is going down activity health tracking with the S4. I currently have a Nexus 4 but see myself upgrading to a new phone this year. Ah, so nice not to be tied to a contract. - Mark Krynsky
I am tempted by the Nexus 4 to replace my craked galaxy, but I think I shoudl get a 1080p one to examine - Kevin Marks
Alex ah, true. - Tina Chase Gillmor
If glass takes off all that content will go to G+, not FB. - Murray Macdonald
4 hours of Ingress portal battle chews up a 10k mAh external battery pretty well - Da
Mark - why are you so cranky ... :) I had an HTC Thunderbolt -- good phone. I'd get another HTC. It just that HTC didn't innovate as fast as others. And at the wrong time. - John Taschek
I don't think Google is even worried about Facebook Home taking anything away from G+. Won't sway the few that use G+ more than FB. - manielse (Mark Nielsen)
My ear has been "stuffy" lately. It's been driving me crazy! - Tina Chase Gillmor
John...I think the HTC One is pretty comparable to the S4. - Mark Krynsky
I've seen Dropbox on Facebook Home. - Nir Ben Yona
If Glass takes hold, G+ will be the only place to get all those social shares and notifications. - Murray Macdonald
Path is already working with Google's Mirror API for Glass. - Alex de Soto
The mirror API doesn't allow for local applications. Everything has to be done as a restful cloud service that talks via the googleapis servers. - Murray Macdonald
Yes Murray...all in the cloud. ¡-) - Alex de Soto
somebody is clicking an old school bic retractable ballpoint (or so it sounds) - Andrew Hazlett
I don't think G+ has evolved yet. If I were Google, every percentage of ad revenue makes a difference. If FB takes over some part of the monetization of search, then Google can be hurt (emotionally perhaps). - John Taschek
It's not much of a risk actually. What's the big deal if it flops beside maybe FB's stock view of future potential. - manielse (Mark Nielsen)
I don't think even "normal" people are ready to give over *all* of their lives to Facebook - Andrew Hazlett
Really, there can only be one launcher. What if *that* catches on on Android? - Kevin Costain
the Facebook folks listen to GG - Tina Chase Gillmor
Mark -- think that's why HTC is in the mix too. - John Taschek
Alex: That rules out decent speech recognition and image processing applications. I think we'll see other real headsets that allow local apps, like the Vuzix M-100 - Murray Macdonald
Good point John - manielse (Mark Nielsen)
I'm very interested in how apps are developed on FB and deployed on Home. I don't think that was analyzed well. - John Taschek
@John - maybe apps aren't allowed? Just merely exposed through their own launching mechanism? - Kevin Costain
Official FB home promo video resonates http://youtu.be/W3d5VbOLck0 - clive boulton
I wrote about this, with links: http://epeus.blogspot.com/2013... - Kevin Marks
Facebook Home highlights Apple closed ecosystem - people can either get trapped in Apple or be free with Android - Da
it will allow efficient web apps that flow like native. - Murray Macdonald
The old specs were ambiguous. - Murray Macdonald
I love that I can chose many, many different browsers for my Nexus - Da
Forking and spooning ... very different - Tina Chase Gillmor
Fork You. Don't even start talking about pull requests. - Murray Macdonald
Kevin getting TESTYYYYY - Matthew Voshell
Where is Scoble to set everyone straight!!!??!! - Kevin Costain
one of the best vanity plates have ever seen, on an Audi Quattro - "IV Q II" - quite an accomplishment to get it past the DMV (SecOfState here in IL) censors! - Jerome Hughes
I disagree. HTML5 has resolved that. PhoneGap developers hit cross-platform HTML5 everyday. - Murray Macdonald
They care about standards? HA! They want to MAKE the standards! - Kevin Costain
They're open-source. Port the source. Chrome extensions are just web-page extensions. You just need an environment that supports the standards and required events. - Murray Macdonald
HTML5 is just beginning to be standardized - John Taschek
Fact is though, browsers still render the same page differently. That (after how long the web has been around) is pure BULLSHIT. - Kevin Costain
HTML5 has a standards process that is working - Kevin Marks
Kevin is right -- every browser renders differently - John Taschek
oh, I thought he mean a mac mini - Kevin Marks
I am very glad that HTML5 will be a stronger standard, but it is moving slowly - John Taschek
3 Brits - Tina Chase Gillmor
Yea.. every brosers does render diferntly :/ - Matthew Voshell
it isn't any more becasue the browsers ae now moving quickly to deploy changes - Kevin Marks
You guys are ending this too early :( - Kevin Costain
Open Mikes! - Alex de Soto
been a good show, me thinks - Tina Chase Gillmor
Browsers are all standardized -- as long as you use Chrome (that's why I use it!) - John Taschek
Another good show. Have a great weekend everyone. - Mark Krynsky
taschek, I should show you some html presentation stuff - Kevin Marks
Thank you everyone! - Kevin Costain
You're dreaming Steve. The major players are going to fight to keep their notifications isolated. Apple and Google will be holdouts. - Murray Macdonald
Good show. Thanks. - Alex de Soto
5 stars - Jerome Hughes
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"Sir, I need you to put that away - ok" http://youtu.be/W3d5VbOLck0 - clive boulton
Really good show, if I do say so myself. Thanks everyone - Tina Chase Gillmor
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Mark Krynsky
"I've been going to Pampas for a few years now and it has become one of my favorite Argentine restaurants in LA. I should also point out that I'm Argintinean to add a little cred :) The most important…" - Mark Krynsky
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