Category Archives: Technology

October 24, 2014

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iPad Air 2, 128GB Gold w/ AppleCare+ I shouldn’t say too much other than the best observation after only 30 minutes of use (in the setup phase) is that picking up the iPad Air to remove the SIM card and move it to my iPad Air 2 (Verizon), there is no comparison between these two […]

October 17, 2014

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My main hope is that it arrives before I leave for the cruise on October 26th. Good chance it will. Why 128GB? I have it now on my iPhone 6 and it’s a wonderful thing. The ability to carry my entire music library with me on the iPhone is awesome. For iPad, I’ll be able […]

October 16, 2014

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Received this through LinkedIN today. I don’t know who this person is but maybe they’ll email me explaining how they acquired this information. Solicitation is one thing (it’s annoying) but selling customer data so openly is worse.

October 7, 2014

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I’ve been eyeing GoPro cameras for a very long time. I finally bit the bullet and grabbed one. It’s very unlikely we’ll see this kind of technology in any mobile phone for a very long time…same with tablets. I think GoPro has the best quality video and photos and software package in the world with […]

September 24, 2014

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I’ve always been a fan of Nike products and wear their shoes almost daily unless the attire literally doesn’t allow for it. I’m going to quote SneakerNews.com here for a bit about the shoe: Nike’s rich history in footwear technology is a testament to how the brand grew to its current state on the legs […]

September 21, 2014

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After much deliberation, I purchased Apple iPhone 6 w/ 128GB of storage. It was fun waiting in line at the local Verizon store with other Apple Fans. 

September 10, 2014

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I can’t and won’t comment on yesterday’s fruit event but the one more thing moment was great. I hope this continues. Photo via theverge

September 8, 2014

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Twitter goes Facebook by injecting foreign content into your stream and Twitter’s New “Buy” Button Lets You Make In-Tweet Purchases There was a time with Jack Dorsey dreamt of a service that literally saved the world. Using the simplicity of SMS and the fact that SMS is built into literally every single cell-phone sold in the […]

August 26, 2014

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via Shawn Blanc: Since the Synology is attached directly to my modem, it has its own connection to the Internet. But all NAS drives connect direct to the modem (usually). The Synology is cool because, since it has its own operating system, it doesn’t require a dedicated Mac in order for the files to be […]

August 8, 2014

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The home network project is almost complete. It took quite a bit of work, a full weekend and I had to take a day off work to make the final progress to the core infrastructure. I still have to do a few more cable drops and finalize the setup of one more access point then […]