For thousands of years, our ancestors drew on cave walls; that was their way of sharing feelings and aspirations. Communication methods have evolved since, but some things never change. Love still is a most complex feeling, and humanity has found more and more sophisticated ways …continue reading
Archives for April 2012
I have always felt that it is grossly unfair that teachers are required to spend their leisure time performing tasks that should be paid on a per hour basis since it stands to reason that these dedicated individuals have lives apart from the school setting. …continue reading
Starting a business is no small task, regardless of what it is your business does. Whether you provide a service, product, or a mixture of the two, your business will depend on tools to help you and your team get more done. Google has evolved …continue reading
This week I barely escaped being forced to make one of those moral decisions that leave you feeling bad no matter which way you go.
It started with a call from a couple of elderly clients who have used my services several times over a …continue reading
In my previous article, I gave a few points explaining why I think Android takes more flak than it really needs to in terms of the time it takes to receive updates on its devices. However, after that article was …continue reading
Users of the Sony Tablet S have been eagerly anticipating the eventual release of Ice Cream Sandwich on the Android tablet. That day has finally arrived. You are now able to update to ICS from within the tablet, and the entire process takes about fifteen …continue reading
Imagine being able to control the content of your dreams using your smartphone. On the surface, that sounds like a figment of some science fiction writer’s imagination, but the reality is quite different.
Daniel J. Nadler, a graduate student at Harvard, came up with an …continue reading
It has always amazed me that people have fallen into the trap offered through the “Rent to Own” TV advertisements. I know that advertisers attempt to present their products as a cheaper alternative to purchasing the same product, from an appliance store, but some consumers …continue reading
There is no shortage of cloud service providers; in fact, there are hundreds of them, and often users are left overwhelmed by the number of options available. If you’re one of those people still undecided about which cloud provider you should go with, then don’t …continue reading
Perhaps one of the most common complaints against Android by haters and lovers alike is that updates seem to take forever to make their way to the devices. Unless, of course, you have the latest Nexus device, which is typically the first to receive the …continue reading
Geocaching has a been a favorite geek pastime for almost twelve years now. The idea behind geocaching is simply to place a container somewhere in or around a specific set of coordinates, hidden from general view. Some caches are harder to find than others, but …continue reading
You want to write enticing blog posts? Think cinematic and learn from the great storytellers. Someone who understands how to make the first few minutes of a film really good is a great person to learn from. Pixar is a good example for great scripting. …continue reading
It’s not often that LockerGnome gets the opportunity to see things from the perspective of the United Kingdom. I know and completely understand that LockerGnome is based in the United States and can only report on what happens “at home,” but I am extremely pleased …continue reading
A few weeks ago, I convinced my mom to migrate our family plan over to Verizon. We had been with T-Mobile for almost four years, and I had gone through both the G1 and the G2 (both of which I still currently have). There was …continue reading
Last November, a group of hackers known as Rove Digital were arrested by an assortment of law enforcement agencies from around the world. It appears that, during the course of the FBI’s investigation, it had discovered that Internet users who responded to an online advertising …continue reading
BitLocker and Encrypting File System (EFS) are both features being made available to Windows 8 Pro users. They each allow you to secure your data by way of encryption, and are both baked right in to the operating system. Their differences, however, make each …continue reading
Windows 8 is coming soon, with a release candidate scheduled for sometime in June and Microsoft has divulged a little more information about its expected lineup of products including Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, and Windows RT.
Windows 8 is the basic consumer version of …continue reading