Tag Archive: Decisions

Aug 07 2010

Review: Nuance PDF Converter Enterprise 7 [Awesome]

Nuance has just released their latest version of their PDF converter Enterprise. Nuance is most popular for it’s voice recognition [Dragon NaturallySpeaking] and imaging software, such as [Omnipage/PaperPort]. They recently released a free version of their PDF viewer that’s available for anyone to download and use for everyday tasks. But now Nuance is really putting …

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Apr 30 2010

Is Apple Locking Itself Out Of The Market?

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I find myself asking questions about the actions and thought processes of Apple lately… I’ve to wonder with some of the decisions that Apple is making right now; are they doing the right thing? Are they playing a hard right stance to attempt to push technology the way THEY think the future should be? And …

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Jul 31 2009

AT&T and the iPhone symbolizes problems with Net Neutrality

Don’t get me wrong, I think the iPhone is a great device; I don’t have one, but ask anyone that’s shown me one- I like’m… they’re a phone, a PC, a GPS, a PSP and just damn fun to play with.. If anyone but AT&T offered connectivity to the iPhone I’d probably have one already. …

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Jul 01 2009

Time Warner Cable: Your Customers think you SUCK!

It’s the best thing to hit the internet since email, or the Pamela Anderson videos…  [smile] Time Warner Cable has screwed up so badly on their decisions to not only impose caps on monthly bandwidth [and charges], but they have actually blundered the implementation SO BAD, it’s sparked a call for government oversight! It’s amazing …

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Nov 19 2008

Firefox Seems to be Common with Smart Browsers

A couple of weeks ago an article was posted about Firefox reaching 20% of the market, but I think there’s more to it than that. I propose to say that this actually represents the population of intelligent people on the Internet. I think this is a trend showing that the people on the Internet are …

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