I wrote this post a few days ago and scheduled it. I'll most likely be at a party with friends I'd rather not see and do things I would prefer not to do. Any literary motivation would be sufficiently killed if I had sat down and published this on the day it actually was scheduled … Continue reading Have a new year….
The History I've been using Microsoft Windows Phone (now Windows 10 Mobile) since the first release of the OS after the appalling Windows Mobile 6.5. Here is a list of the mobile devices that I've owned, all running Windows Mobile: Samsung Focus (Windows 7.x) Nokia Lumia 920 (Windows 8.x) HTC One M8 for Windows (Windows … Continue reading An open letter to Microsoft and HTC
Lenovo Takes a Stand Against Microsoft's Surface This is an interesting one this week and highlights how cut throat the PC industry is starting to become. It's always been cut throat, but lately these companies are out for blood in my opinion. Microsoft has always had the ability to manufacture their own hardware, but chose … Continue reading Tech Monday: Lenovo Takes a Stand Against Microsoft's Surface
Having been a downer the last few weeks, I decided to instead write about something I've occupied my time with lately. I use technology as a safety blanket because, well, I'm a geek and that's what we do. Anyway, what I'm referring to in the title with SaaS is Software As A Service. Boiled down … Continue reading Microsoft's Experiment with SaaS
I just installed the Windows 10 Technical Preview. To say it's slick is an understatement. Even for what is considered a "beta" its very polished and smooth. I'm impressed with it's fluidity and the lack of the "metro" screen that so many users have come to hate. Although I never minded the Windows 8 start … Continue reading Windows 10!
I just spent almost 1/2 a day moving my 7 years of mail from Gmail to Live.com. Live used to be Hotmail, and being a Microsoft product it integrates seamlessly into my Windows Phone. It made sense I said. How hard can it be I asked myself. You're probably asking why I'd move my email … Continue reading Google, Live, and WP7…