The other day, I read that Twitter was trying to make its profile pages to look more like Facebook. A few weeks ago, I recall reading that Facebook was trying to make its real-time conversations look more like Twitter. I really don’t understand. So, why don’t these two tech lovers, both headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area by the way, just get together and consummate. Then, we will have one giant social media called Facetweet. Think about all the time we will redeem if we post on just one social media platform. We will literally cut our social media time by half. Just think about how we will have more time to ourselves, how we could be more productive, and have a better quality of life. Maybe not.
Archives for February 2014
I put on Google Glass for the first time ever today. I was trying to browse a website. The side buttons were hard to find. I was just pressing anything on the side to see if it would do something. The screen was awfully small and it was blurry. It must have been my bad eyesight because I had to take off my eyeglasses to put them on. You would think it would be sharp since it’s only a few inches away from eyeballs. The screen is situated just over my right eye. What if my left eye is dominant? Does Google have them? Overall, I’m not impressed at all. They guy who was demoing me the unit told me that he doesn’t like it either. So much for that. For the $1500 price, it’s totally not worth pursuing. It’s got a long ways to go.
I’m at a Responsive Web Trends Conference in San Francisco hosted by Moboom. The network setup is a bit unorthodox. The subnet mask is set to 255.0.0.0. Based on my experience, this network is /8, which allows up to 16,777,214 hosts. It uses the entire range of reserved private IP addresses starting from 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255. Interesting setup. I just ran a speed test. Download is 50 Mbps and upload is 27 Mbps.