Simple game programming

I came across a couple interesting sites this morning that allow for simple game programming. The first one is the Akihabara html5 game engine. It allows people to make simple games from html5 and javascript, so the games will be compatible to play on basically everything – all internet browsers, iphone/ipad, other phones, etc. The […]

What kids think of the iPad

Was reading this fun MacRumors thread and cracked up when I read this story. “When I came home with my iPad, my 4 year old gave my wife the iPod touch and said ‘I don’t want small iPod. I want big iPod like daddy.’”

Html5 presentation

Here’s interesting presentation giving a great overview of html5.http://apirocks.com/html5/html5.html#slide1

Kid Art for iPad featured

Just found out that Kid Art for iPad is featured by Apple in the What’s Hot section. Thanks!

Freemium Model

It’s critical to find the right balance so that users would still be inclined to upgrade to get the premium features. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/readwriteweb/~3/7bwzEiW76sA/is-the-freemium-model-still-viable-for-startups.php

John Doerr on Entrepreurship

John Doerr has an interesting video talk at the Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Corner website. He shares his thoughts on business, startups and social entrepreneurship.

Organic Ideas

Paul Graham (Y Combinator) wrote a helpful post on organic ideas for startups.  He says, “There are two types of startup ideas: those that grow organically out of your own life, and those that you decide, from afar, are going to be necessary to some class of users other than you.”  And, “So if you […]

Mac vs iPad/iPhone

Yesterday, Apple updated the Macbook Pro line of notebooks (with some pretty cool upgrades) but the frontpage of apple.com continued to show an iPad as it’s main feature.  Marco Arment has an interesting take on what’s going on and why he’s happy about it. Blog post link