Archive for August, 2010

August 27, 2010


Introducing and Taggregator #dmingml
August 26, 2010

Introducing DMINGML.COM

Yesterday was the official beta release of the website. After more than a year of planning, and months of development and design work, we are very proud to announce

This is the 0.5 Beta release of a platform for story telling that will continue to grow and mature over the coming months and years. We're really looking forward to working to make it into an exceptionally useful tool.

Over the next few days we are going to be adding more users as they come in and releasing the official mobile version.

Please use our feedback tool located here: or by clicking the feedback link in the sidebar to let us know about bugs or ideas.

In a couple of weeks we'll release a project roadmap that will describe coming features. I'm hoping that your input into the feedback tool will help inform our decisions.

The website itself is built with a Django application we're calling Taggregator. We're very excited about what the possibilities are for Taggregator.

How schools are putting the iPad to work | Business Center | Macworld – #dmingml Good on ya GFES. via: @robhudson
August 26, 2010

OWLE – The Super Duper iPhone Live Broadcaster – I WANT!
August 26, 2010

I will be buying this as soon as it comes out for iPhone 4.

Goodsie – Looks like a nice store service. Anyone using it? Impressions?
August 26, 2010

Lemme know if your using this. I’d love to hear your impressions.

ANTETYPE: The new prototyping and design application for user interface designers – by ERGOSIGN – Can’t Wait To Try It
August 23, 2010

Check out this website I found at

I’m REALLY excited to try this out. Looks like something that I’ve been needing.

Catch a wave in Wyoming – yep. Thanks @benkearney
August 14, 2010

Homer Simpson is Darth Vader
August 8, 2010

A little sunday afternoon awesomness.

How to tell a story – Holy Kaw! – Awesome story telling skills with Mike Rowe
August 6, 2010

The topic is pretty gross, lamb castration. But the way he tells the story.

I Heart Chaos — Clueless secretary with a missing cat prompts the most hilarious email exchange
August 5, 2010