After the release of Amino Acid Quizillator 1.5 last week, we had an opportunity to do some general housekeeping. I decided to tackle a task that we had been wanting to deal with for a while, namely some JIRA project management. This led me down a bit of a rabbit hole that ultimately required updating all the log entries for one of our Subversion repositories.Read More
Mobilesce Inc has released version 1.5 of the Amino Acid Quizillator. Highlights include a new glossary, cross-referenced throughout the application, more questions, better feedback, smoother UI, a new study page, quiz review page, and more!Read More
Okay, so maybe this iPhone was not meant to be. Over the weekend, I jumped into a hot tub with it in my pocket. Doh!Read More
Here’s the situation: I first bought an iPod touch in the summer of ’09. I synched that with my desktop iMac, and happily used it from there to deal with music and apps. I bought an iPhone 3Gs in the spring of ’10, and this I synched with my laptop.
Here’s an interesting post from the Freakonomics claiming that reading on the iPhone is easier for dyslexics because of the reduced word crowding.Read More