What’s your relationship to the tech in your life? In David Lean’s movie, Lawrence of Arabia, T.E. Lawrence, having just crossed the Sinai desert, strides into the British command post wearing Bedouin robes and headdress. He encounters raised eyebrows and comments from the other British officers about having “gone native.” Though the movie played fast and […]
We GriffinTeckers love the big old building we work in. We love its location, close to the heart of Nashville. We even love the parking lot (the running joke in Nashville being that the music industry is the second-biggest business in Music City, right behind Parking). The thing that makes our parking lot easy to […]
It’s got that great big screen! I can see the pictures are bigger! Right? Wrong. Oh, well, you’re not wrong about the way the pictures look while you’re taking them. The iPad’s Retina Display shows you photos at 2048 by 1536 pixels, which, at the 9.7 inch size of the screen, works out to […]
Digital Trends ran a story listing their favorite hidden features of iOS 5. AssistiveTouch: Lets you tilt and move your phone, tablet, or touch for certain commands. Hide your Safari activity. Take pictures with your headphones: Take pictures via the volume up button. Alternate routes in map: Now when you’re trying to find directions, options […]
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I work with a group of incredibly gifted people. Not only are they amazing at design, mechanical and electrical engineering, software programming, writing, sales, marketing, etc., they are also talented artists. That’s why it’s so wonderful to walk through the Griffin Gallery in our office. The Griffin Art Gallery is our in-house art gallery that […]
Today is the day that we’re picking up our desks, filling up our boxes and wrapping our valuables in bubble wrap. It’s moving day! We’ll have more details here soon about our new office, but let’s just say that it’s pretty darned lovely.
There’s an interesting post on CIO today by Tom Kaneshige about strange ways people kill their iPhones. We naturally shed a tear for every broken device, but accidents happen. Aaron Cooper, marketing director at Worth Ave. Group, a company that insures consumer electronics shares the most popular ways good iPhones die. Water is the number […]