I’ve been a heavy user of Google+ since it launched in a beta in the middle of 2011. I predominately use it to share some of my photography with the ever growing community, but I’ve recently started turning this social network into something altogether more personal. With very minimal effort, Google+ can become a very proficient Read Later service, and an excellent journal!
If you’re reading this post, I will assume you have at least a vague knowledge of what App.Net (ADN) is. For those of you that don’t, however, the following statement, taken from the ADN homepage, should shed a little light:
App.Net is an ad-free Social Network
It’s your real-time feed, a home for meaningful conversation, where you control your data.
It has been said, by many, that ADN is nothing more than a Twitter clone, but is this a fair assessment?
I recently took possession of a Leap Motion developer unit (all above board, don’t worry) so thought I’d share a very quick, and extremely amateurish, video of the unit. I recorded a bit of demo footage of the unit in action.
I’m not one for a grand entrance, so the thought of writing the standard ‘welcome to my site!’ post really doesn’t appeal to me, and honestly, I don’t have all that much to say.
This probably leads you to the question: ‘Why on earth are you blogging then?’. The truth is, I don’t really know, but being a techie and geek, I felt an obligation almost to have an online presence, so here it is.