I really get excited about cell phone tech. I live by my cell phone, my entire life is programmed into it so there are a lot of features that I use and need and the biggest one is probably scheduling software and task management that is easy to use and is not buggy. This isn’t much to ask for, at least that’s what I think, but you’d be surprised at how few phones provide these features. … [Read More] “The Nokia N97: Is it just me, or is this thing the Gigantor of cellular devices?”
And honestly, coming from a pc, I wondered how I was going to make that work. Even though the mac is less susceptible to viruses, and I think this is primarily because there are less macs out there, it still makes sense to consider security when you put a computer on the internet. Of course, from Apple’s perspective, this is a win win situation.… [Read More] “Apple Says: Get Antivirus Protection”
As you all know, I’ve been wanting one of these things for a while.
This will be my first blog post from my new macbook and here are just a few first impressions.
1. There is nothing here that does not need to be here and I seriously love that. … [Read More] “My New Macbook.”
This is interesting. Defective by Design is hosting 35 days against DRM, during which they will pick a product that everyone should boycott in order to speak their mind about how much they think DRM sucks.
Their first product, sadly enough, is the new Macbook.
Why am I not surprised that they’ve targeted Apple? … [Read More] “35 Days Against DRM”
In spite of the fact that this woman has died, I find it difficult to be sad for someone who has passed on after living for over a hundred years. My God, the life this woman had! I can’t imagine it, and I can only hope that will live as long a life and be surrounded by loved ones and family when I pass.
However, I do feel for her family who must be grieving at this time, but still they should celebrate the amazing life this woman has led. One hundred and fifteen years, how amazing.
May we all live to be one hundred and fifteen. … [Read More] “Life Marches On.”