Category Archives: Technology
I recently noticed that all cell carriers are now advertising 4G networks. As a technophile, my first thought should have been “Yeah! More speed in more places.” But it wasn’t. It was a raised eyebrow. A couple of years ago I was … Continue reading
Bill Gates predicted the merging of the different media (internet, TV, gaming) in general. It happened. And perhaps he missed it. I say perhaps because the XBox is a significant foray into this space. I say in general because his … Continue reading
As regular readers of this blog know my family recently acquired an iPhone. That means that we have a two-year contract and are locked in with AT&T. So why am I so happy that Verizon has launched its iPhone? Because … Continue reading
In response to the Going Green on Accident post Aaron Gallagher, A But if Nots reader and engineer, excellently commented The fact remains that the oil companies still have a huge influence on Washington DC and their agenda is contrary … Continue reading
“You have about 5 percent of the market that is green and committed to fuel efficiency, but the other 95 percent will give up an extra 5 mpg in fuel economy for a better cup holder.” In a highly interesting … Continue reading
Several years ago we translated a software training product into Chinese only to be told by our Chinese counterparts that they preferred the English version – to help them learn and practice English. Work has taken me all around the … Continue reading
A reader, Carol B, sent me a link to the following video. Perhaps a moment of levity will help you choose between the Blackberry and the Apple.