So while all the pols and media are harping over how there’s no opportunity – how McDonalds and Walmart should pay a “living wage” regardless of the value of the work being performed – we have this story over in the UK about Jaylen Beldsoe who is a 15 year old high school student who [...]
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I have one foot in each the Apple and the Google Android ecosystem. I love my iPad2 and I love my Moto RAZR HD MAXX. Were I buying a tablet today would it be another iPad? Probably not. After playing with a Nexus 7 today and using an iPad2 for a year now – I [...]
I’m not typically the fan boy type but I actually watched this afternoon’s Motorola even live. As of today the RAZOR HD and MAXX HD are officially coming and unofficially my next phone. My DROIDX has been a good phone but processor wise it’s just not keeping up anymore. We’ll see how long it takes [...]
Yesterday we received unsolicited Rx discount cards from an “alliance” I’d not heard of which a Google search pointed to a VC company. The appearance is it’s likely data mining thing since all of your personal info is transferred to the discount “benefit” company like they are your regular insurance carrier. That was enough info [...]
I use Box.net and DropBox each for different purposes. Now Google has launched Google Drive and I’m excited to get in and see if it will shift my use from either of the other services, or find it’s own niche in my kit.
Between programmers / technology and the rest of the business that is. PBS is not normally where I look for advise on greasing the inner cogs of the business machine so imagine my surprise to find 2 such pieces. First is 7 Ways to Be the Programmer No One Hates aimed at programmers specifically but also [...]
I would have posted this a few minutes ago but I had to grab my android phone and head for the john first.
I cannot tell you how many times I’ve had Microsoft fanboys knock Un*x systems as outdated and archaic due to the lack of a GUI… After years of this Microsoft Server GUI is officially on the way out. Go figure.
If you ever used Commodore machines then this look back at the Commodore 64 will offer a bit of nostalgia.
For years Microsoft fanboys have challenged me when I state flatly that Microsoft Windows workstations need wiped and reloaded from bare metal about annually if you want to keep the performance you had when you first finished loading everything. Yet what is Microsoft including in Windows 8 but built-in Reset, Refresh, and hard drive imaging functionality. [...]