As we become more beholden to companies to keep our smart devices functioning long after purchase date, I propose 3 guidelines to address this imbalance and risk. Continue reading 3 simple guidelines to protect our ever connected ‘smart’ device universe
There is no more browser war. We’ve already traded our data and privacy which yields us unable to fight in the war. Like our music, movies and photos, our browsing has fallen, the powerful internet corporation’s have quietly taken another scalp. Continue reading The browser war is over; guess who won?
A zero inbox is that wonderful feeling of knowing you’ve taken care of business. Discover a couple of wee tricks to make this easy to maintain. Continue reading Couple of tricks to manage a Zero Inbox
We live in a ‘save’ less world online, but the humble desktop has yet to catch up with this, forcing me to think of when to save my process. Continue reading ‘Save’ has all but been eliminated on the web; when will it die on the desktop?
Amazon have launched a waterproof Kindle. Speaking as someone that has lost many a device to the aqua gods I should welcome this. But I am going back to the printed page. Continue reading Too late; Amazon’s Kindle finally waterproof
After a 1600 mile roundtrip journey in my Tesla, I have fallen in love with road trips again, even with the overhead of charging. Continue reading Orlando-Richmond :: A 1600 mile Tesla story