iPhone Top Jailbreak Apps Roundup – June 2011

Well, it’s a new month and it’s time for a new roundup of great apps for the jailbroken iPhone. The jailbreak scene continues to grow and talented developers continue to find ways to make the iPhone better and better. The apps below are just a few of the reasons why the iPhone remains the #1 smartphone and why any iPhone owner should strongly consider jailbreaking their device. In this roundup, I’ll be presenting AndroidLoader, MobileNotifier, FREEdi YouTube Downloader, Mess with Words, Remove Background and PDANet Continue reading

iPhone Jailbreak App MobileNotifier Embarrasses Apple’s Notifications

MobileNotifier for jailbroken iPhone

Notifications on iOS are one of the operating system’s weakpoints. Peter Hajas’ MobileNotifier hack finally brings them into the modern era.

If you’re like me, you get very tired of having a Twitter or e-mail alert pop up in the middle of what you’re doing and forcing you to respond. Even worse, pulling your iDevice off the nightstand in the morning to be greeted by a stack of alerts which can only be viewed in order, and dismissed one by one. MobileNotifier is an jailbreak hack for the iPhone and iPod Touch that is so good, it should have come from Apple. Continue reading

iPhone Top Jailbreak Apps Roundup – May 2011

Well, it’s a new month and it’s time for a new roundup of great apps for the jailbroken iPhone. The jailbreak scene continues to grow and talented developers continue to find ways to make the iPhone better and better. The apps below are just a few of the reasons why the iPhone remains the #1 smartphone and why any iPhone owner should strongly consider jailbreaking their device. Continue reading

The iPad 2 jailbreak – How necessary is it?

I think anyone would be hard pressed to claim that the iPad 2 is not a solid tablet. I’ve had mine for a few weeks now and I find it noticeably faster and better than the original iPad. However, one thing the iPad 2 lacks is a jailbreak. Sure, all the big hackers are working on the jailbreak but so far no one has succeeded.

The funny thing is, though, I’m really not missing it. Continue reading

Introductory Statistics

These are the slides that go along with a talk I gave on introductory statistics. Included is a discussion of basic concepts, confidence intervals and other key concepts of statistical analysis. This talk is geared toward analysts or researchers that already have some understanding of analysis.

This presentation is available for download via Slideshare should you wish to reuse materials contained within.

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