Tag: mind

Oct 15 2014

Streaming TV: Charging Per Episode – Nope.

Being able to stream TV shows from Netflix and Hulu for one flat fee is what makes those services great. The other day I was browsing with my Roku, and I was curious about what TV shows I could find. I finally found a TV show that I wanted to watch, but unfortunately, the TV shows …

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Jul 21 2014

The sad difference between the News vs Bloggers

Two years ago, I wrote an article that was basically discussing the comparison between newspapers, journalists and bloggers. Last week was a big week for world issues and tragedies. News services around the world were scrambling to get journalists on site to document and report back to current issues that were happening. While the various …

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Mar 04 2013

Are You Going To Look Too Goofy To Wear Google Glass?

The prospect of using Google Glass is very intriguing, but I wonder if people are actually going to be able to get past the stigma of looking goofy to have something like Google Glass on all the time.

Apr 18 2012

VirtualBox 4 Extension Pack: Why do you continue to do this?

I was working with VirtualBox the other day and while VirtualBox has been updating their stuff here lately, and I really don’t mind the updates, but what I haven’t figured out yet is why they don’t have a process in place yet to fix stuff like just downloading the Extension Pack. The extension pack is …

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Mar 06 2011

Smartphones/Tablets – The Keyboard Won’t Die

I’ve been talking lately about tablets and Smartphones; they’re really nifty and while the bulk of sales for 2011 and 2012 should be in the market of the tablet and Smartphones— this is why PC’s and Smartphones aren’t going to just rule… Keyboards… There’s something inherent about using a keyboard to get your work done. …

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Jan 21 2011

Thinking Green: Solar and Wind Power

It seems that everyday the utility companies are asking more for electricity and the water companies want more for their services; and we keep paying them. So which one is it keep paying them or live in something that’s more efficient. I have lived in many different places/homes and realized that ‘homes’ aren’t built that …

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Dec 06 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010: How To Get Email Reminders [Free]

Microsoft Office 2010 is out and it has some a nice new feature for mobile notifications. Anyone who’s job is built around meetings, appointments and to-do lists really doesn’t mind having a little help to keep track of all that… When I found the new section I was excited. I thought, wow, I can finally …

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May 05 2010

Review: Ubuntu 10.04 Simply Impressive Release

Ubuntu 10.04 has been released and the final release version of Ubuntu is impressive; more than I think I’ve ever seen. I can’t think of another time I’ve been more impressed with a release of Ubuntu; or any other Operating System for that matter. The distribution of Ubuntu is still 700mb; which staggers the mind …

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Feb 21 2009

Netbook: Defacto Internet Appliance

While it may not be abundantly clear to everyone or if anyone has thought about it; what is the future of the Netbook? I really don’t understand where this Internet devices going. A couple of years ago we were creating laptops that had 17 inch monitors and they were fighting for hard drive space and …

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Dec 23 2008

Corporate Tech Support Sucks

As a person that has more than half a brain [that’s working], this makes me dangerous and intimidating to most corporate ‘tech support’ nut heads out there. The corporate tech support nowadays is the equivalent to the introduction of a voice mail box or an automated response to ‘if your skin is blue press #2 …

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