Wireless Keyboards – An Amazing Journey

Because of the move that I have had to make, I have been looking for a wireless keyboard, as anything to get wires out of the way is a beneficial thing (there is simply no extra room for clutter in my new and temporary location, …continue reading

Mobile Internet Dependency

Internet on our phones. Once the kind of thing from a Dick Tracy comic (if there was Internet back then) down to something that most of us have come to take for granted. Would you be able to live without access to mobile Internet …continue reading

Elena Kagan (or Bust?)

WHY DUMP KAGAN?

what judicial experience? she’s a gun-grabber she’s ugly

Normally I don’t have any special appearance requirements for Supreme Court justices, or much of anyone else.  It’s just that politicians are so politically correct and inclusive.  They’re inclusive right up to hiring the …continue reading

Apple iPhone 4 Is Not The Only One With Reception Problems – Check Out Nokia

Last week there was much to write about on the perceived reception problems that allegedly were plaguing the Apple iPhone 4. Nokia thought they would take advantage of the situation by poking fun at the iPhone 4. There was only one problem. In their own …continue reading

WeatherBug.com Is Getting A Makeover

WeatherBug.com is getting ready for what will be a new facelift that I believe is going to be a very pleasant surprise for WeatherBug fans everywhere.

Now I should note that at the moment, this is still in “Beta”. This translates into the new …continue reading

Dataware Retro Game Pack v1.00.18

The Dataware Retro Game Pack is a collection of nine classic games from the early days of Dataware.

The games included in the complete version of the Retro Game Pack are Ant Attack, Find the Flag, Fire Fighter, Letter Drop, Letter Drop 2, …continue reading

Trillian Astra v4.2

Trillian is a fully featured, stand-alone, skinnable chat client that supports chatting on Astra, Windows Live, Facebook, Yahoo, MySpace, AIM, Email, Google Talk, Skype, ICQ, Jabber, IRC, Bonjour and others. It also helps manage your social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

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Who Do Guru?

When I arrived in Spokane yesterday to speak at the Social Media and Marketing, Advertising and PR Community Event, I was surprised and touched to see the billboard above the Bing Crosby Theater. Even though I hate the label “guru,” it was still pretty …continue reading

Facilitate Adoption Of Social Networking Tools Through Real Examples

One of the best things you can do to facilitate adoption of social networking tools is to provide real examples of how individuals and teams can use the tools within their day-to-day activities. Furthermore, creating success stories of individuals and teams who have adopted the …continue reading

The Magic Of Making Up

Did you know that most relationships can be salvaged? You may find it difficult to believe that almost every break up, for whatever reason — infidelity, plain old lost passion, loss of interest, a stolen heart, and worse — have salvaged their relationships.

Now …continue reading

Mark Minasi Digs Into Office And Presentations

In this RunAs Radio podcast, Richard talks to Mark Minasi about Office 2010.

Mark talks about his frustrations with Office (mostly Outlook). The conversation spends more time on PowerPoint than you would think possible, leading to talking about presentation style and value. Ultimately, …continue reading

Cooking For Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks, And Good Food

Are you the innovative type — the cook who marches to a different drummer — used to expressing your creativity instead of just following recipes? Are you interested in the science behind what happens to food while it’s cooking? Do you want to learn …continue reading

Cooking For Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks, And Good Food

Are you the innovative type — the cook who marches to a different drummer — used to expressing your creativity instead of just following recipes? Are you interested in the science behind what happens to food while it’s cooking? Do you want to learn …continue reading

Is There An Easy Way Of Viewing Text That Goes Past The Right Margin In Word?

When text extends past the right margin, it’s frustrating to scroll back and forth to read the text. Fortunately you can force Word to display all the text using the Wrap to Window option.

To use the Wrap to Window option in Word 2003:

With …continue reading

Is There An Easy Way Of Viewing Text That Goes Past The Right Margin In Word?

When text extends past the right margin, it’s frustrating to scroll back and forth to read the text. Fortunately you can force Word to display all the text using the Wrap to Window option.

To use the Wrap to Window option in Word 2003:

With …continue reading

Summer, and the FUD Begins

It is that time of year when the press, like most all others, succumbs to the heat and gets lazy, both in the depth and the number of stories output. It is the time of year when every one of us is supposed to be …continue reading

ObjectDock v1.90 Build 536

ObjectDock is a program that enables users to organize their shortcuts, programs, and running tasks into an attractive and fun animated dock. By allowing users to have more control over how they organize their desktop, users can take control of their desktop icons …continue reading

ObjectDock v1.90 Build 536

ObjectDock is a program that enables users to organize their shortcuts, programs, and running tasks into an attractive and fun animated dock. By allowing users to have more control over how they organize their desktop, users can take control of their desktop icons …continue reading

Google – Facebook War Heats Up

I’ve been laughing at the prospect of Facebook posing a threat to Google in the search realm. Same applies to Twitter.

Come on, as social tools for personal needs and for business, sure, they’re very helpful. But as a search appliance, social web is …continue reading

Google Is Running Your Javascript

I am all for Google keeping folks secure from malware related websites or sites that are pushing dangerous code. I totally get this, protect the end user, blah, blah. Understood.

But the idea of Google running code such as javascript on my own …continue reading

Bing – Zune Integration Fail

Microsoft does two things fairly well. Operating systems and enterprise software. Outside of that however, they suck pretty badly. And it looks like this article works to remind us of this.

Two of Microsoft’s products apparently, failed to live up to the …continue reading

Verizon Apple iPhone In 2011: Is It A Rumor Or A Sure Thing?

The reports that Verizon will get their hands on an iPhone, which AT&T has been peddling exclusively,  has garnered much attention in the news. But one must remember that this is rumor only and may not be a sure thing. We have heard many times …continue reading

Science Historian Cracks The Plato Code

Plato was the Einstein of Greece’s Golden Age and his work founded Western culture and science. Dr. Jay Kennedy’s findings are set to revolutionise the history of the origins of Western thought.

Dr. Kennedy, whose findings are published in the leading US journal Apeiron, reveals …continue reading

Shape-Shifting Sheets Automatically Fold Into Multiple Shapes

“More than meets the eye” may soon become more than just a tagline for a line of popular robotic toys.

Researchers at Harvard and MIT have reshaped the landscape of programmable matter by devising self-folding sheets that rely on the ancient art of origami.

Called …continue reading

Underwater Sponges And Worms May Hold Key To Cure For Malaria

Healing powers for one of the world’s deadliest diseases may lie within sponges, sea worms and other underwater creatures.

University of Central Florida scientist Debopam Chakrabarti is analyzing more than 2,500 samples from marine organisms collected off deep sea near Florida’s coast. Some of them …continue reading

Microsoft Kin – Already On the Way To The Dollar Store

Well, perhaps not the dollar store, as the dollar store doesn’t sell sell phones at any price, but certainly the extreme discount bin at the Verizon retailers. The phone has not been out a full month and it is already getting price cuts – not …continue reading

Dell Shipping Faulty Computers

Dell is not the company that it was in the ’90s. There is really no question of this considering the poor customer service, subpar products provided, and apparent lack of interest in what its customers want.

Then, as if to drive the point further, …continue reading

Chase Bank Fail: “Use IE6″

Every once in a while, you see a bank Web site does something so stupid that it has its visitors scratching their heads. This article explains that if you’re using Chase Bank, you had better be using Internet Explorer.

That’s right. It appears that …continue reading

The Cisco Cius Tablet Is Going To Be Awesome – For Business People

The Cisco Cius [pronounced See-us], is going to be an iPad styled tablet that is being designed for that business person on the go. The list of features will make Apple iPad users drool, since this tablet is going to be awesome. According to a …continue reading

Apple iPhone for Verizon in 2011?

It’s like one of those chains, where one person starts a story, and by the time it gets back to the person that originated the story, the entire meaning, if not every detail of the story has changed – or is it?

Today, MSN reports …continue reading