Because Ear Spy has done so well, I tried to think of an app that would compliment it. I wanted something that our existing users would enjoy. We came up with the idea for a way to put your phone in another room, and look through it’s camera from your computer. What better name for
Yesterday was a good day for Ear Spy. It reached the 50,000 install mark on Google Play. This does not count the number of times it has been installed from the other Android markets or on iPhone. The number of daily installs is climbing. It was launched in early September and is averaging 10,000 installs
I failed my 11th grade French class in High School. To be fair, I didn’t really apply myself and I missed a lot of school. It was just so boring. My secret ambition in life was to be a spy, so you’d think I’d be interested in languages. But all we ever did was spend
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a spy. I was big on the James Bond books. Not the Ian Flemming books, but the ones written by John Gardner after Flemming’s death (Yes, I would be cooler if I had said I read the Flemming books). I was a shy kid. We moved
Of all the apps we’ve put out so far, Ear Spy is the most popular–but Dive Into Silence is my favourite. I’ve been meditating for a few years. I love doing it. In this busy life, it’s so hard to justify setting aside time to sit in silence. But this may be the most important
I find that I frequently need to time multiple things simultaneously. I need to pause and restart timers all the time. My stopwatch just doesn’t cut it. A good example of when I do this is cooking. I may be the worlds worst cook. I can never understand people who say they love to cook.
Welcome to the newly revamped Overpass site. I started Overpass back in 2003 as an offshore software development company. The goal was to take my experience as a software developer and work with offshore developers to deliver better value for UK client. In the end, I did a lot of development work myself, but I