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Daniel W. Rasmus, the author of Listening to the Future and Management by Design, is a strategist, industry analyst, and business correspondent for iPhone Life magazine. Prior to starting his own consulting practice, Rasmus was the Director of Business Insights at Microsoft Corporation, where he helped the company envision how people will work in the future.

Before joining Microsoft, Rasmus was Research Vice President at the Giga Information Group and Forrester Research Inc. Rasmus also is an internationally recognized speaker. He blogs regularly for Fast Company and on his own blog, Your Future in Context. His education-related work can be found at Learning Reimagined.

Apple Pie's Kraft 3-Pack iPad Cases — Customizable, Recyclable, Cheap!


Most iPad cases are expensive and are often made of imported plastic or pleather. Packaging, transportation, and processing all add to the price of the product. If you're interested in keeping costs down, supporting an American company, and buying an environmentally friendly product, you may want to consider the new Apple Pie's iPad Case Kraft 3 Pack ($16.99, On sale from $19.99).

2 Unique iOS Keyboards for Conducting Mobile Business


If you're anything like me, your desk is covered in stuff: pens, paperclips, business cards, CDs, receipts, a stylus or two, a mini flashlight, rubber bands, and memory cards. You get the point. And, if you're like me, your desk drawers are filled with too much stuff for you to find anything you need at the moment.

Apple Newton Cross Body Bag from HEX Makes Beaming and Faxing Documents a Breeze


As a Newton user, I was very excited this morning to learn about this great case from Hex. Check out the accessory company's press release below for details on today's special promotion. I thought it was worth including in its entirety. Enjoy the case as it brings a little color into your Newton's life, and enjoy the promotion. Happy April 1!

Get Your Sci-Fi Geek on with New Star Trek Into Darkness App


If you can’t wait until May to get your Star Trek geek on, then consider downloading the Official Paramount Star Trek App (Free). Unlike most movie apps that combine a game with access to trailers, this app creates a virtual — and constantly changing — scavenger hunt. 

As you locate items, from magazine pages to movie clips of the much-anticipated film, Star Trek Into Darkness, you point your phone’s camera or microphone at the digital and physical artifacts. They register in the app. The more items you find, the higher your rank. As you find items, not only do you rise in rank, but you also unlock images and clips that only exist within the app for now.

5 Top Travel Apps for New York Urban Adventure


A visit to Manhattan isn’t something you should take lightly. Some people may want to just thrust themselves into the city lights and let the push and bustle of the crowd take them where it may. My adventure was a more planned affair, with lists of sights to see, places to eat, and department stores to shop.

New York Urban Adventure Logs – Post No. 3 - Stalking New York


We decided to go to breakfast at Norma’s, a famous New York brunching institution in midtown at Le Parker Meridien. It wasn’t just around the corner. We used Yelp (Free), which set us off on our hunt. As the rain poured down we approached the quarry. We knew we were close, but the scaffolding obscured our view and rain continued to cascade down like a wet veil.

How To Navigate Your New York Urban Adventure with iOS


I spent most of the day traveling from Seattle to New York. We left a little late as the cold weather precipitated the need to deice our plane's wings. 

How To Pack iOS Accessories for an Urban Adventure


This is the first entry in what I’m calling my “Urban Adventure Series.” So what is an urban adventure? Quite simply, it is a vacation in an urban setting, in this case, New York City. Each day I will use various technology including my iPad, iPhone, and numerous other gadgets to help share my experiences with all of you.

Newer Techology’s NuGuard GripStand® 3 Offers Complete iPad Case & Stand System


A system implies more than one thing working together in concert. When using the latest GripStand® from Newer Technologies the word system comes to mind.

Teaching Science with iOS — From Macro to Micro — Magnifying the Surface


Microscopes have been around since 1590. Up until the age of electronics, they too were personal devices. However, with small camera sensors connected to the lenses, researchers and educators can easily share images on a display in real-time.

Microscopes may be portable, but they aren’t made for fieldwork. Those cameras require power. And traditional microscopes require a level surface that won’t cause back strain, and a good light source, either from electricity, or from an old-fashioned mirror. With increased sophistication comes cost and weight. Scanning Electron Microscopes weigh hundreds of pounds and use dangerous elements. No microscopes travel well.

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