I suppose it's not a secret that we're launching today, but I'm still pretty damn excited to be finally taking the wraps off of my latest site, RCRD LBL. We just went live a few moments ago, head on over!
The new Downtown offices are coming soon. RCRD LBL itself is coming a bit sooner.
P.S. - Yeah, we've let the building's owners know that they misspelled "Digital".
Well, now that it's clear that we won't be seeing any gPhones until sometime in the 2nd half of 2008, I have a difficult decision to make: what phone will I use for the next 8-12 months until the first Android-powered phones are available? (And that's assuming that at least one of the first models to go on sale will be one I want to buy.) I'm beyond tired of my Treo 700p, but so far I haven't found a phone that has quite the right mix of QWERTY keyboard, 3G connectivity, and support for Google's Java-based Mobile Gmail client. Some of the new BlackBerrys come close, but I don't love the UI so much, and while I've gotten Mobile Gmail working on Windows Mobile, the experience isn't as seamless or well-integrated as it is on my Treo 700p. I might just keep waiting....
Loving Ubuntu 7.10, but haven't been able to figure out how to get Bluetooth dial-up networking going on it. Any pointers?
Justice at Terminal 5 last night. The Marshall Stacks are purely for decorative purposes.