Archive for May, 2010
- Google Android launches with Flash 10.1 capable and now Google TV – attacking Apple from all angles. #
- Google cleared to acquire AdMob, another of Apples market. Here we go! #
- RT @adage: Why Market Size Won't Matter for Lebron James' CHICAGO (AdAge.com) — Lebron James may or may not si… http://bit.ly/9O7CVc #
- Even on Sundays when the suns out and livin's easy…iPhone never rests. Over tech'd #
Wow Adobe Apple still going at it. #
Finding it difficult to keep up with your blogs, Twitter, FB, Flickr, emails, chats, sms, PVR, Youtube Channels, Digg, etc…?
Below describes a typical day of the Digital Professional…
8:00 // Wake, spring out of bed, grab the iphone
8-9:00 // Check TweeetDeck accounts (4 separate accounts), check emails, weather, news, stock tickers
9-10:00 // Grab cereal, run to home office, check Web Analytics, Adwords, performance of dozens of sites for clients and personal
10-12:00pm // Updates and maintenance of sites, blogs, Twitter, FB….
12-12:30 // sit down at dinning table, away from office, iPhone in one hand, spoon in the other, taking calls, checking emails, sms, responding, posting, socialize on FB, Twitter, cell, sms — grab some water, run back to office. perhaps go out to grab lunch with friend, client…check in to FourSq.
12:30-5pm // planning, scoping, design, IA, coding, building…(of course, all the while checking emails, twitter, FB, sms, and still looking at analytics, and updating numerous other sites) 10 apps opened, with 8 tabs opened in FireFox/Safari. PowerBook dual monitors, PC laptop straddles the left wing. iPhone strategically placed in view.
5-7pm // dinner (see lunch above) Maybe go out for dinner, check in to Foursq.
7-8pm // Gym, iPhone in hand, TV turned to sports, news, or some home improvement show
8-11pm // movies, out or in home theater, check in to Foursq.
12am // one last check on client sites ensuring no emergencies
12am – 2am // go through mental exercise of what’s coming for 8am the next day
2am – 8am // perhaps some undisturbed sleep
Keeping up with the Drones’…we will prevail!