Lost Art of Building Computers

Building a computer with your hands has become a 40-something tells a millennial as a story. Unless that millennial is a hardcore gamer and has really taken to the craft, the chances are good that they just purchased a their computers pre-built. I've recently had the opportunity to work on several computers in the last … Continue reading Lost Art of Building Computers

Exercise In Futility

Ok, here's the thing. The world is full of stupid questions, eye-rollingly stupid questions. If people had an easily accessible brain in their head, perhaps the stupid questions wouldn't flow like bourbon on Christmas Day. My entire life has been in search of the perfect balance of sarcasm that gets my point across but doesn't … Continue reading Exercise In Futility

Spiffing Up The Joint

So, I've been busy with the design of the site lately.  Doing a few things here, a few things there.  Although I'm never quite satisfied with static pages, I am at the point where the overall theme and design are going to remain largely unchanged.  I'm sure there will be additions of new features and … Continue reading Spiffing Up The Joint

Tech only a President could love

I bet with a new Monday/Thursday schedule, and the touted "inauguration to end all inaugurations" now over, the first Monday post I make would be about that.  Well, I'm a geek, and an introvert, so I need time to process the circus from this past weekend. Given that all the attention has been on the … Continue reading Tech only a President could love

Self-imposed technology limits

I know I'm spending too much time writing and reading.  Having been here before in the past, I know that things like work, life and relationships start suffering in favor of writing and spending time reading articles.  With that said, I've decided to put some restrictions on myself to help alleviate any problems before they're … Continue reading Self-imposed technology limits

Reluctantly got a new smartphone

I finally had enough of paying for a smart phone that slowly became obsolete as app development shifted from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile.  I wrote several times about HTC and Microsoft if you're interested in hitting the archives.  I had made all the payments required to qualify for a "turn-in upgrade," essentially … Continue reading Reluctantly got a new smartphone

The Internet is ours

I literally just finished watching a documentary on Netflix called "Killswitch."  The basic coverage was on Aaron Swartz and Edward Snowden and how they took on the some of the most powerful interests in different areas.  Aaron was involved with copyright and Edward, well, we all know what he did.  I'm left thinking that I've … Continue reading The Internet is ours