After they hosted us for iPhoneDevCamp 3, I was featured last year for this Yahoo! Developer Spotlight article. We cover the topics of Twitter, iOSDevCamp, DollarApp, and 140 Characters.
As one of the creators of the micro-blogging service Twitter, and author of 140 Characters: A style guide for the short form, I sat with BBC News for a brief interview on entrepreneurship. My key piece of advice is this: “The simpler you make your idea, the easier it is… to understand the market and […]
The creative people at the Yahoo! Developer Network filmed this at my home office in San Francisco. Thanks to Tom for his engaging questions, and Havi for the opportunity.
(Left to right: Duran Rose, Stephen Lynch, Jahanzeb Sherwani, Edward Marks, James Anthony, Farah Memon, and Dom Sagolla. Photo courtesy of Michael Margolis.) It was a thrill to present Big Words at the first ever App Store Showcase at the Apple Store in Downtown San Francisco. I was in august company, where we presented in this […]
I appeared for the original debut of Adobe TV, talking about my experiences with the Mac after hours, and all about iPhone. I no longer work at Adobe, but have gone full time with DollarApp and my latest project 140 Characters. Adobe has recently relaunched the site, allowing me to embed this well-produced video here. […]
This year has seen the advent of “In-App Purchase” from Apple, along with many other enhancements to the iPhone OS. These innovations change the landscape of the one-dollar app. The folks at FITC Mobile have invited me to deliver an update to the speech that launched DollarApp, entitled “Why A Dollar“. I’ll be talking about […]
Associated Press visited the DollarApp office last week, to discuss the controversy over a recent iTunes App that undermined Apple’s reputation for quality: ‘Baby Shaker’ iPhone Game Sparks Outrage (see 0:36 to 1:08): Dom: “So this is an application designed for President Obama when he was running for office…” [voiceover] Independent developer Dom Sagolla helped […]
This Math Cards demo was recorded by DollarApp engineer William Janoch, who also invented the app. Here we see how the touch-and-hold feature works to provide additional feedback to the learner. Math Cards is currently the #3 Paid Education App —get it now for only $0.99!