Tag Archives: Kansas

Cellphone Bubbles And The Virtual Tribe

Looking for something else on the Net I stumbled upon this five-year-old piece from Jonathan Rowe in Washington Monthly, Reach Out And Annoy Someone. Some good stuff in there, but I particularly liked some stuff he wrote about Hong Kong, about the ‘lonely bubble’ of the cellphone user in public: And what does that suggest… Read More »

More Software To Make Work Easier

I’m a recent convert to ActiveWords, the wonderful productivity program that I reviewed in a recent column. But for anyone wanting to experiment with other programs that do something slightly similar — i.e., let you access programs and files through typing names, rather than hunting the files and programs down through menus and whatnot —… Read More »