I just launched a simple Twitter version of my iOS app, Find the Game, which provides some of the same value through a Twitter conversation. I built this app because I frequently make long, weekend road trips and struggle to find sporting events on the radio throughout the journey. Find the Game finds nearby radio […]Read »
There has been a lot of talk recently about app pricing, business models and even the viability of the market. I have developed one iOS app, but I am not trying to make a living as an independent app developer. This is an experiment and learning opportunity. At some point prior to launching my app, […]Read »
Google says RSS is dead. My friend Graham insists that it is not. He’s fairly intelligent, so I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt, even though he’s not worth $250 billion. At his behest, I’ve enabled RSS for the site. Here are some musings: Google Reader is Dead. Long Live Feedburner. In a much […]Read »
On May 1, I launched Find the Game, my first iOS app. Other than crafting App Store metadata for search—which is required for submission, I have not really done too much marketing. What little I have done has been ineffective. My new goal is 10 downloads a day, everyday, for a month. Even at it’s […]Read »
I've launched one product and will be launching a second soon. The first, Find the Game, is an iOS app to help you find radio stations carrying your favorite sports broadcasts on the go.
The second, Your Agency, is a web app and platform to help freelancers manage their businesses and clients. Oh, and it guarantees that you get paid for your work.Learn more »