Tag Archive: order

Feb 09 2017

AI, Robotics and Automation vs. Human Worker

I don’t normally write stories about stuff like this, but it’s becoming strangely apparent that artificial intelligence, robotics and automation, and how it affects the human worker needs to be addressed; we need to talk about it. I’ve been seeing a lot of stories about robotics, artificial intelligence and automation in general. The combination of …

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Sep 30 2016

Slick new iPhone 7 case restores the headphone jack

I think it’s always funny when you see companies trying to dictate the path of technology in such a way that it angers people. Apple’s newly released a new iPhone 7 it’s causing a star with the absence of the headphone jack. There was a lot of discussion about the release of the iPhone 7, …

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Mar 02 2016

Facebook Gives Their Users 5 More Like Options, But No ‘DISLIKE’

It seems like it’s only taken forever for Facebook to get around to adding additional responses to people’s posts. I think one of the most awkward things you can do on Facebook is when someone announces a death in the family or when someone is seriously ill that you had to LIKE the post or …

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Sep 15 2014

Understanding Misunderstood Emails

With bad e-mail exchanges, it takes two to tango. If you’ve ever owned a computer, most likely, you’ve been on the Internet. One of the most common ways of communication on the Internet is email. Email is the established backbone of Internet communications. Email was there long before social media or instant messaging. If you …

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Nov 25 2012

Preparing for Cyber Monday

It’s been a tough time for everyone with the economy being so bad this past year, but if you are searching for a silver lining, notice the sales numbers from this season. It’s been reported that sales are up 20+% this year for black Friday sales. This is naturally going to translate into higher Cyber …

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Oct 08 2012

Portable And In Your Hand – Roku Streaming Projector

If the Roku wasn’t interesting enough for you before, it should start looking interesting to you now. In addition to Roku releasing their Roku  streaming stick, Roku has partnered with 3M to create a small projector that can stream video from whatever sources Roku can conjure. The standard Roku unit is miniature anyways but the …

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Mar 22 2011

Android App Market is like Twitter— everyone does it better than they do…

The new Amazon Appstore is another example of the lack of options and feature sets of the default Android application market. And the Android application market is falling prey to the same issues and problems that Twitter has; everyone does what they do, what they offer, better than they do; and it’s their service! The …

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Dec 13 2010

10 Things To Protect You While Shopping Online

Shopping online has its own threats. Shopping online has the benefit of removing the risk of you not getting your leg broken or getting trampled trying to get into the local Wal-Mart, but something worse can happen to online shoppers, which is getting your credit card stolen or having your identity stolen; placing you in …

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Sep 20 2010

5 Suggestions: Things That Would Make Nuance PaperPort [12+] Awesome

There’s nothing on the market as public, to the public, as PaperPort [current version 12.1]. And while the application does good to try to organize your documents and images, I believe it’s missing a few key points for people who are attempting to use it in a more professional manner. And the PaperPort application is …

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Nov 19 2009

The Lack of 64-bit Disclosure by Hardware Manufacturers

I’ve my PC and like a lot of other users out there, it’s a 64-bit machine and in a lot of cases, as it pertains to software, it‘s fine, but this is seriously handicapped when you’re talking about hardware. It’s a whole new ball game when your talking new hardware; it’s about the hardware drivers. …

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