Since the late 90s the amount of information that's become available online has exploded exponentially, yet there's always room for more. Looking back at just the past decade has made one thing very clear: people, particularly those involved with a specialized skill, need to write.
Rumors are surfacing that Apple could be working on an iPod Touch with 3G data capabilities which could be released as early as this winter. This device could be sold in a similar fashion to the iPads, with models supporting the extra radio and models without. The standard 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities would likely remain untouched, satisfying people who want to carry around large amounts of data while also having the option to communicate with friends and family on the go. All of this is purely speculation at the moment, but it makes a great deal of sense for Apple to offer such a device and it falls in line with their newer product line-ups that often come two-and-two.
Looks like I won't be able to use Google+ for a little while, as I'm now being seen as an organization. This is most likely due to the fact that I use GMail to host all of my email, and I made the account as "DeMatigo Software" ... my old freelance company.
It doesn't happen very often, but someones the messages left by spammers can be golden. This one came through this morning and managed to raise an eyebrow for the 0.33 seconds it took to read, process, grab a screen shot, and delete. That said, it's still one of my favorites so far:
The September that Never Ended has had a profound impact on both the quality and the quantity of material online and we can still see its effects today, almost twenty years later.
Today an interesting milestone was reached on this site, and it comes with a number of round numbers. The previous post on the Google+ iPhone App was number 1,200, there are now over 34,000 Tweets archived and available, and (not including drafts or comments) there are 630,400 words to read if you so choose!