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That’s the headline of this important news announcement heralding yet another innovative idea from your friendly folks at the telephone company otherwise known as Verizon. Here’s the secondary headline … Verizon Offers Static IP Addresses to SMBs I’m not kidding. This is the freaking headline. Read the release [...]Chris Koehncke
You’re on the road, middle of the night, trying to find that damn Mariott Courtyard. You’re lost and you’re mad. Haven’t we all been there? With the advent of <$300 GPS devices, all of us who’ve been in this situation have opt’ed to purchase one as inexpensive insurance. Coming back from a trip in [...]Chris Koehncke
I just love DNS (Domain Name System). It magical & elegant. On the surface, DNS does nothing more than translate the URL you type (www.something.com) to the IP address 126.96.36.199. But DNS servers are immensely scalable and the method by which information is based down into the internet is truly a work of art. I’ve […]Chris Koehncke
Twitter is the SMS equivalent to a conference bridge. Basically, you get people to join your circle and whenever you send a text message to a special short code, it gets automatically sent out to everyone in your circle. They can reply and it’s sent to everyone as well. Twitter is primarily designed for SMS/text […]Chris Koehncke
Something of value, been playing with the free services from traffic.com which is operated by the mapping service giant NavTeq. The service basically answers the question "what’s the traffic ahead look like?". It’s an age old problem but traffic.com has done a super job of integrating voice, web and email for this [...]Chris Koehncke
I’d previously posted on the Yahoo! Mobile client and the future possibilities. After a couple of weeks now, I don’t use the application any more. Why? Because it really didn’t add much value. PLUS and this is a big one, if you leave the client activated, it updates itself every 30 minutes. I found the […]Chris Koehncke