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  • It’s been a while, and I’m glad to be back
    on May 22, 2012
    I just checked my Linked-In account, and for some strange reason I clicked on my blog link.  OMG, my last blog was in 2009!  Where did the time go?  It seems like yesterday when I decided to write this blog…but yesterday, was three y...
  • 3D Television in the Works.
    on Dec 9, 2009
    Just the other day I was doing a little Christmas shopping at Wal-Mart, and I was happy to see the cost of LCD and Plasma TVs are almost in my comfort zone. Maybe I’ll get a nice HD TV in the near future…or maybe I’ll wait….It looks like 3D T...
  • Books, we don’t need no stinking books!
    on Oct 22, 2009 in Computer Harware Review
    Say it ain’t so…is this the beginning of the end of books? I hope not, but’s Kindle 2, and Barnes & Nobles’s new Nook e-book reader (scheduled to debut late 09) is making book lovers (maybe better to say avid readers) ...
  • Google’s Promise to deliver simplicity in Chrome OS
    on Oct 20, 2009 in Computer Operating System
    Google makes the bold promise that all “Web-based applications will automatically work.” Sounds great, but it won’t be as easy. Digging deeper into the problem of a Web-centric OS begs the question, how will Chrome OS handle the chore of managi...
  • Does Microsoft need to worry about Google’s Chrome Operating System?
    on Oct 9, 2009 in Computer Operating System
    The short answer is no. It’s my opinion that Microsoft will most likely benefit from Google’s new OS. Most of Microsoft’s advances have been driven by its competition. Take a look back at the browser wars. Internet Explorer had enjoyed a virtua...
  • Computing in the Clouds
    on Sep 30, 2009 in Cloud Computing
    I was watching an old episode of Star Trek on late night Cable…another bout of insomnia.  This particular episode was about advanced aliens who lived in the clouds.  Have you seen this episode?  I started to think about clouds a...
  • Getting security under your thumb
    on Sep 25, 2009 in Computer Harware Review
    I sure love thumb drives.  My buddy just handed me a thumb drive with a couple of movies on it…sweet.  I just plug the drive in and watch my movies from the thumb drive.  Almost everybody owns a thumb drive, and on those thumb drives...
  • Adding a second monitor is easier, and cheaper than you think
    on Sep 13, 2009 in Computer upgrades
    If you spend a lot of time on your computer, you should consider adding a second monitor.  Adding a second monitor makes sense if you have the space, and the money.  This upgrade will immediately boost your productivity, and enhance the ent...
  • What the Heck is PC Virtualization?
    on Sep 8, 2009
    Computer virtualization…sounds pretty cool. Want to sound like a computer guru, try throwing “desktop virtualization” around in a conversation, and watch the eyes glaze over. But seriously, what’s the deal with desktop virtualization, and why...
  • Google Chrome My New Browser of Choice
    on Sep 1, 2009 in Web Browser
    Google Chrome 2.0 is the browser I use almost exclusively. I like Chrome because of its sleek, minimalist  design; no tool bars stacked up with all kinds of buttons, title bars, or other clutter. With Chrome I had a no difficulty finding things...
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