The publicity around the developer release of Google Glass is conjuring up questions about how much connectivity is “too much”. This hits the Boomer crowd in a number of places. There are the more-geeky, tech savvy who were in their 30s when the Internet began making us constantly “connected” and “always on”. With [&hellip...Read More
In Christmas 2011, I got my first Kindle (I took the plunge when the Fire came out, since I also like being able to watch video, check email and social media, and other basic browsing tasks, on one device I can carry around). I’ve bought about a dozen Kindle books, and downloaded many , many [&hellip...Read More
My son took the opportunity on CyberMonday to make his first ever television purchase. He got a 47″ LED LG 1080p 120Hz TV for $496 with an employee discount. Quite an entry into the televison ownership market. I was unsuccessful in finding any particular deals for myself, although I did give it a thorough try. [&hellip...Read More
I was visiting a friend recently and as we logged into various accounts he had created on all the typical Web services like Twitter, Google, Netflix, Apple, and Amazon, he had a bit of a problem remembering which passwords he had used for what services (and it gets worse when some of these make you [&hellip...Read More
Since last Christmas (actually shortly after the Christmas season 2011) the number of people owning tablet computers doubled! Much of this jump was a result of both Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Barnes and Noble’s “Nook” offerings for Christmas (with the Kindle Fire accounting for most of that), and the success of the latest Apple [&hellip...Read More
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