Tag Archive: rain

Jul 18 2013

Smart watches are stupid

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I keep seeing more and more stories pop up about smart watches, but I really can’t see a device like that being even remotely attractive. It’s interesting to me that companies like Sony are even going after anything having to do with a watch. I haven’t worn a watch in so many years; I can’t …

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Jan 28 2009

CREATIVE: An Insult to Customer Service

Once in a while you run across exceptional service and support from various software or hardware providers and for a moment your faith in corporate tech support is exonerated, but this is not one of those tails. This is a story of complete and utter failure; an example of the inability to read, absence of …

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Jan 22 2009

HHO Power is a Good Step

With gas prices on the rise again and the US coming in with a new president, there’s no telling what is going to happen, but I know that we have to come up with a new way to power our transportation. Keeping an eye on the GREEN technology, I find the HHO fuels awesome. HHO …

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Jan 20 2009

Nuance’s Response to 64-bit Debacle: Sorry Dude, My Bad…

Nuance has been taking a trip on the ‘Bad PR Train’ here lately in regard to the debacle with Dragon Naturally Speaking and it’s lack of support for 64-bit systems. And rightfully so. And to the person that told Nuance that 64-bit system aren’t important… how ’bout now smart guy? While voice recognition systems are …

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Jan 11 2009

Windows 7 (b7000): Speech Recognition Testing

I’m not used reporting this, but I’m pleasantly surprised with the changes that Microsoft has made to the speech recognition portion of the operating system. This information is based upon the windows 7 beta version 64 bit. Like Vista, there’s not really an installation For speech recognition in Windows 7; It’s more like select the …

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Jan 10 2009

Hybrid Powered Savings

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While it’s nice to have gas prices low right now, they’re going to go back up. And while everyone with gas guzzlers are taking a $40 a week raise [from not having to pay for gas], those hurtful days are going to come back and when they do they are going to probably be worse …

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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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Dec 13 2008

Tech-Support: The Realist Story

One of the most common things to expect nowadays when purchasing a PC is 24/7 tech-support. The people behind the scenes to provide these types of services; not all of them are super smart at what they do. Some of them look at screens that give them instructions on how to fix problems, others have …

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Nov 13 2008

Thumbs Down: Windows Vista Speech Recognition

During a recent voice recognition hiatus I went in search of alternatives to Dragon Naturally Speaking. The problem was that DNS 10 wasn’t compatible with Vista 64, so knowing that Vista had Speech recognition built in, I decided to give it a try; what could it hurt right? Setting up the speech recognition in Vista …

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Nov 07 2008

Productive Software: My Top 10 Picks

In the business world of a everyday sucky tasks and ta-do’s, it’s really hard to keep track of everything, and its even worse even you don’t have the right tools. If you’ve ever tried to open a can of chili with a dull spoon; these are the tools of the cubical-land office I’m talking about. …

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