I had been meaning to do this since we got it for him, but I put a ‘real’ version of Android on my son’s Nook Color last night. After checking to see what was currently available for it, I decided to try Android 4.0 – ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’. I followed the instructions at NookDevs for… Continue reading Nook Color Running Ice Cream Sandwich!
I got tired of running out of room for apps on my phone, especially with some of the sweet games I wanted to play. So I figured I’d go for a custom ROM finally, that gets rid of the pre-loaded Sprint junk and otherwise just works fine. gROM fits that bill nicely, while adding some nice… Continue reading gROM on my LG Optimus S
Well, it was a busy week for me, though most of the creative juices were used at the Sabres site I run. They had a rough week, what can I say? Still, I got OGT out, and it’s one of my all time favorites, River City Ransom. Check it out if you haven’t yet. On… Continue reading Friday Finds – Kung Fu and Carmen Sandiego
Michael Forbes, whom I follow on Twitter for hockey stuff, linked an article in the New York Times, “Boys and Reading: Is There Any Hope?” by Robert Lipsyte. The issues brought up in the essay are boiled down to this passage: If we’re to counter this tendency and encourage reading among boys who may collectively… Continue reading Raising a Reader