Articles Tagged "small dog electronics"
Neon Drive is a fun, retro-futuristic game for iOS which I reviewed for the 959th issue of Small Dog Electronics’ Kibbles & Bytes newsletter back in November:
A few months ago I reviewed the Twelve South Compass 2 iPad stand for the 973rd issue of Small Dog Electronics’ Kibbles & Bytes newsletter:
After nearly thirteen years, many months of agonizing personal deliberation, and three further months of attempting to wrap up projects as cleanly as possible, June 1st marked my departure from Small Dog Electronics. Finding myself in utter burnout was not an easy reality to come to grips with, and deciding to make such a large change was downright scary, but everyone stood by me and I believe we’re all going to better off for it.
Simply bring your old computer into a retail store, along with your invoice, and we will recycle it free of charge. If you would like to participate online, we will take your old computer when you buy a new one, less shipping charges.
In a bid to boost Vermont’s economy, Governor Jim Douglas has declared that [Saturday, July 12th, and Sunday, July 13th,] will allow consumers to purchase items up to $2,000, free of tax.
I’ve had a longer post pending for a couple weeks now regarding the Technorati and tagging support I’ve added to this site (an experiment for the Technorati & tagging support I added to Barkings—the Small Dog Electronics weblog), but I’ve been working too much to finish it and the many other pending posts and articles. Long story short: I’m using the tru_tags Textpattern plug-in (thanks Jon!) and I love it. It really does add a nice dimension to the browsing experience, especially since I don’t really use categories extensively.