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dale-estey's picture
Nov.08.2011
I do keep pondering whether or not to get an iPhone, and mainly for the ability to take photos which can go instantly to computers and email. However, I fear I would become a photo bore.   * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *   How to Take Better Author Pictures on Your iPhone By Jason Boog...
dale-estey's picture
May.19.2011
OK, I like this idea. And await (of course) one for Kafka.   * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *    Queen Elizabeth iOS App: The Virgin Queen’s History   .     Are you a history buff with an iOS device, someone that loves to read about royal history, if so there’s an ebook app available...
michael-l-schmicker's picture
May.12.2011
Playful iphone app called "Pencil Sketch." Converts photos to sketches. I waste absolutely too much time with the iPhone and the app store. Maybe it's because most apps are only 99 cents. Where else can you find something so fascinating and fun for the price of a Pepsi...
dale-estey's picture
Mar.18.2011
I confess I should ween myself from Twitter in particular. But I would not mind some sort of judicious app to curb my research. A problem with my broad net approach to research for a novel, is that I often find more applicable and realistic-sounding facts going places I did not intend. That extra...
kala-ambrose's picture
Jan.12.2011
 Explore with Kala anytime, anywhere - Get her App on iTunes! Explore Your Spirit with Kala - The App!   It's here! Announcing our Official Explore Your Spirit with Kala App, now available via the App Store on Apple iTunes!   Explore Your Spirit with Kala from your iPhone or iPad and have instant...
dale-estey's picture
Oct.01.2010
Serialized novel delivered by an app  EnlargeBy Mark Lennihan, APThe Zombie Survival Guide can be read on an iPhone.     by Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY Best-selling authors Neal Stephenson and Greg Bear are looking back to the future. This month, they launched a story —The Mongoliad—...
dale-estey's picture
May.27.2010
Poetry: There's an App for That, TooBy Mark Byrne on May 25, 2010 02:23 PM The Poetry Foundation has released its first iPhone app, designed to let you take some poems on the go. Features include a search function ("Gee, what is that poem I really like with that line about the wheelbarrow?...
midge-raymond's picture
Jul.14.2009
So, I normally think of myself as pretty (okay, very) old-fashioned. I was the last person on earth, I’m convinced, to have gotten an answering machine, and about the last to get a cell phone. (Or maybe I’m just more antisocial than old-fashioned). Nine times out of ten I’ll chose a book with pages...