This year I'm going to Las Vegas, but not because I just want to go to Vegas. Rather, because I want to take part in the Consumer Electronics Show 2015, also known as CES. Now for me, CES has been a destination I’ve reached only in my dreams. I’ve always followed the show, watching updates from my
Okay, I'm so excited about going to CES 2015 in Las Vegas, NV that I can barely stand it. But my wife says I should just calm down and bang out a blog post about my preliminary thoughts. So I will. I've never been to CES, but I've followed the event every year since I've been aware it existed.
Today Google is having its annual developer conference keynote, where they will announce key new development strategies and perhaps new devices. Here is a link to the live feed: https://developers.google.com/events/io/ The items I'm excited about are the prospect of Jellybean Android v.4.1 and
According to an article over at Ars Technica, new HP printers sold in the last little bit may pose a risk of causing fires in residences, as well as being open for hackers to pull printed items from the internet. MSN also did a pretty length story on it, comparing it to selling you a car with no
So I've got one of the now-coveted HP TouchPads that were on sale Saturday for $150, the 32GB model. I like it. I really like the good deal I got on it, so I wanted to bring this situation to your attention, so you might also be able to benefit. This whole HP mess started last week when stories
So have you heard about the new social networking site that everyone is talking about? It is called Google+ and it is Google's latest foray into the social networking arena. With failed attempts like Buzz, Waves, and Latitude stacking up like old records, it looks like they've come to their senses
Really it was quite mediocre, this post I've written. No one will read it, save for the web bots and Internet spiders, who aren't my target demographic, nor could they understand what a broken computer is, or want to market themselves with a website. Often the best work isn't read, nor clicked
Today, I'm posting the answers to the Social Media Professional Series from over on Gregory Stringer's blog, Grannelle's Social Media. This was a great exercise and got me to think about some things that I've not thought about in a while. Here are the questions and my answers: How do you best