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Jason Shellen with the Brizzly Bear

Over the past couple weeks (and I’m sure many others) I have had to fight the urge to send out tweets expressing my opinions on the latest happenings. While I support “freedom of speech” some of these tweets may have been offensive, so I went with the age-old saying: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” I’ll be sure to make an impact in other ways… Read More

Somewhat Frank Gruber and Tony Hawk

As a kid growing up in the rural Midwest surrounded by cornfields, I was well supplied with lumber and the tools necessary to create things with that lumber. So, as soon as I saw Marty McFly in Back to the Future turn a handmade wooden scooter into a skateboard, I was hell-bent on creating my own skateboard by hand. I spent countless weekends carving a 1×6 board into the right shape for… Read More

Amazon

Sometimes I feel like we are living in a Neal Stephenson novel with companies like Amazon making it’s so darn easy to flip through their app on your phone, ordering whatever you need and having it arrive almost instantly (or at least within a few hours). It’s amazing. Remember, it was not too long ago that you’d have to run from store to store searching for an item! Now your “wild goose… Read More

On this episode of Somewhat Frank, I sits down over breakfast in Tampa Bay, Florida with the Established team of Jen Consalvo and Joe Corbett to discuss the serious Apple’s Siri and how it works or sometimes doesn’t work the way we all expected.

Frank Gruber joined TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington on the TechCrunch podcast TalkCrunch for Episode 4 of TalkCrunch as a follow up to Frank Gruber’s popular post last week on TechCrunch comparing features and performance of nine of the best online RSS readers.