Technology can enable a great deal of things. The processing power of what used to take supercomputers can be found in our pockets. We can watch every season from an old TV series on our phones. We can communicate around the world instantaneously. We can edit videos and photos in nearly indistinguishable ways. Just because we […]
I referred back to my reflection of 2014 before beginning this post and was entertained by the adventure that year was. By comparison, 2015 has been more regular with less excitement. I received my Microsoft certification as an MCSA for Windows 8.1 this year, as I set out last year. I have been using Windows […]
Consumers give up too much freedom and flexibility with contracts that benefit the carriers while subsidized plans are making way for payment plans.
If somebody else posts something embarrasing about you or just more than you would rather share, it seems unfair. That same consideration does not seem to be granted to children.
I ended up organizing my home screen into five category folders. This gives me one page, Google Now to the left, and the All apps drawer, of course.
The root of the word is blame and it also reflects what happens to the administrator.
Just as polite conversation avoids religion and politics, any organization takes the risk of dividing their members when they issue a statement that falls into those categories.
It seems like there is a lot of bait-and-switch still involved in marketing gimmicks despite how far we have come with everything else in 2015.
Today is the 16th annual System Administrator Appreciation Day.
A visualization that helps me think through troubleshooting problems or explaining my thought process to others is what I refer to as ‘What’s under the box?’.