Monthly Archives: July 2011

iPhone apps for preschool children

Some time back I moved all my reviews to a dedicated site, A Touch of Learning. Later I posted app suggestions using chomp. I have two young boys that are precious and a lot of work. A friend once described children as “very”. Very tiring, very hard work, very rewarding. (You can add your own […]

The End of LiveScribe App Development

Well, I must say I am not particular surprised, but LiveScribe seem to be giving up on an app store with third party app development.  They instead seem to be putting more into integrating with other popular systems (like EverNote).  At least they are planning to keep the store around for developers who have built […]

Fascinating High Performance Concurrency article

Matthew Farwell sent a note about an article on LMAX by Martin Fowler ( ) to the Java Posse mailing list.  I found it a very interesting read for anyone interested in high performance computing.  Having recently completing a Java project achieving 3 million business operations per second using the Actor model with a […]