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  • Hope you had an awesome Easter weekend. The temperatures took a swift kick and spring all of a sudden was here. Bought a firepit to enjoy in the backyard – along with some new found bicycling trails around the area here. Catching up on everything – the NAB videos are starting to wrap as I have some new products to review. TWIGG was a […]

    The Mobile Payment: Is It Safer than the Credit Card?

    Hope you had an awesome Easter weekend. The temperatures took a swift kick and spring all of a sudden was here. Bought a firepit to enjoy in the backyard – along with some new found bicycling trails around the area here. Catching up on everything – the NAB videos are starting to wrap as I have some new products to review. TWIGG was a […]

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  • I stopped by the Nest tent at SXSW to see the nest thermostat and smoke alarm in action. Nest makes home automation devices which can be controlled via smarphone or by hand. The Nest thermostat can help you adjust your heat or air, while the smoke alarm can detect smoke or carbon dioxide. The Nest fire truck was on hand to give the smoke […]

    Nest Smoke Alarm Demonstration – SXSW 2014

    I stopped by the Nest tent at SXSW to see the nest thermostat and smoke alarm in action. Nest makes home automation devices which can be controlled via smarphone or by hand. The Nest thermostat can help you adjust your heat or air, while the smoke alarm can detect smoke or carbon dioxide. The Nest fire truck was on hand to give the smoke […]

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  • If I was to ask you to draw a picture of a satellite, would you draw a big bulky device with solar wings? If I was to ask you how much a satellite costs, would you say billions of dollars? Now let me tell you that is all about to change… I got the opportunity to talk with Peter Platzer of NanoSatisfi.com. They are […]

    The Satellite Has Changed: Interview with Peter Platzer – NanoSatisfi

    If I was to ask you to draw a picture of a satellite, would you draw a big bulky device with solar wings? If I was to ask you how much a satellite costs, would you say billions of dollars? Now let me tell you that is all about to change… I got the opportunity to talk with Peter Platzer of NanoSatisfi.com. They are […]

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  • Monday was a long but productive day. At Midnight, we launched the TPN at CES crowdfund - a crowdfund project for our trip out to CES. I talk about why we need it. Last night on TWIGG.TV we talked with Kathi Browne about Google Glass and Healthcare. It was a great hour worth of content about what the medical profession is planning for Glass. […]

    Netflix courts Cable. Roku, Apple TV Should do the Same?

    Monday was a long but productive day. At Midnight, we launched the TPN at CES crowdfund - a crowdfund project for our trip out to CES. I talk about why we need it. Last night on TWIGG.TV we talked with Kathi Browne about Google Glass and Healthcare. It was a great hour worth of content about what the medical profession is planning for Glass. […]

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  • In my post on Tasting Linux, I mentioned Live CDs as a way of sticking your toe in the Linux pool to see whether it might be fun to dive in. I thought it would be fun to show some pictures of what a Knoppix Live CD boot looks like. This is just an intro, not a detailed HOWTO.

    Booting Knoppix: A Short Photo Tour

    In my post on Tasting Linux, I mentioned Live CDs as a way of sticking your toe in the Linux pool to see whether it might be fun to dive in. I thought it would be fun to show some pictures of what a Knoppix Live CD boot looks like. This is just an intro, not a detailed HOWTO.

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  • If you like this article, please DIGG it. Thanks! In Part 1, we looked at last years predictions. The numbers weren’t too shabby. This year, we’ve expanded the list to anyone that wanted to contribute. And Contributions I did get. 250 of them. I spent most of Friday night and subsequent morning filtering the list to a couple pages worth of information. We have […]

    Geekazine and Friends 2009 Predictions

    If you like this article, please DIGG it. Thanks! In Part 1, we looked at last years predictions. The numbers weren’t too shabby. This year, we’ve expanded the list to anyone that wanted to contribute. And Contributions I did get. 250 of them. I spent most of Friday night and subsequent morning filtering the list to a couple pages worth of information. We have […]

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  • Wow. It was about a year ago I asked for people to send in thoughts as to what to expect in 2008. I also made some Technology predictions. But the real question was – How far off was I? This is actually part 1 of a 2-part story. This first part reviews the predictions I made last year and how far off I was. […]

    Did the Geekazine 2008 Predictions Come True?

    Wow. It was about a year ago I asked for people to send in thoughts as to what to expect in 2008. I also made some Technology predictions. But the real question was – How far off was I? This is actually part 1 of a 2-part story. This first part reviews the predictions I made last year and how far off I was. […]

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  • Brought to you by Gotomeeting. Go to Gotomeeting.com/techpodcasts for an Unlimited free trial. It was Dec. 2nd 1991 and Apple had thoughts of pushing video content on machines as they launched the Quicktime Application. Since then it’s gone through regular updates, including Quicktime 4, where it was introduced into the Windows environment. The newest version of Quicktime X (or Quicktime ten) will be coming […]

    Week in Tech History – 12-01-08 – QuickTime Launches

    Brought to you by Gotomeeting. Go to Gotomeeting.com/techpodcasts for an Unlimited free trial. It was Dec. 2nd 1991 and Apple had thoughts of pushing video content on machines as they launched the Quicktime Application. Since then it’s gone through regular updates, including Quicktime 4, where it was introduced into the Windows environment. The newest version of Quicktime X (or Quicktime ten) will be coming […]

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  • Hear the Radiocast Drinking, Smoking, Alzheimer’s - Facebook Privacy issue with Blockbuster Feature: What’s the big deal with Psystar? Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.0MB)

    Vocalo Ep 15 – Drinking, Smoking, Alzheimers.

    Hear the Radiocast Drinking, Smoking, Alzheimer’s - Facebook Privacy issue with Blockbuster Feature: What’s the big deal with Psystar? Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.0MB)

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  • Hear it here – http://vocalo.org/play/?playerID=14352 BBQ Robocop? Java for iPhone Ziff-Davis Bankrupcy Feature: Is it time to get a Mac? Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.4MB)

    Vocalo segment – 3-09-08, Is it Time for a Mac?

    Hear it here – http://vocalo.org/play/?playerID=14352 BBQ Robocop? Java for iPhone Ziff-Davis Bankrupcy Feature: Is it time to get a Mac? Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.4MB)

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