How Will We Communicate In The Future?

Since mankind uttered its first words, we have been developing ways to communicate. Fire beacons and smoke signals have evolved to string and soup cans.  Now we use VOIP and smart phones to talk to anyone at any time.. As technologies developed we used the telegraph and telephones – now communication is happening over the […]

Acer Chromebook 15

Overview: Intel Celeron Dual-Core Processor 4 GB DDR SDRAM 16 GB Solid-State Drive (SSD) (Note: No CD or DVD drive) 15.6-Inch Full HD Screen w/Intel HD Graphics 9-hour battery life Right out of the gate – the “15” means 15.6″ screen – nice and big AND its HD, which is a chromebook first.  This size […]

Cell phone as your “Mothership”

This article I read on theverge.com about how Vizio and Google are reportedly building Chromecast features into TV’s got me thinking about an idea I’ve been noodling on for a while how cell phones are becoming the new wallet, but more importantly – they are really becoming the “mothership” of data for our lives. Cell Phones […]

It still takes hard work – even if you are a Millennial

This great article on Medium called “An Open Letter to Millennials Like Talia…” by Stefanie Williams. The first paragraph says it all “I felt it imperative to address your concerns and above all, your obvious need for financial assistance. It sounds like you’ve hit some real post Haitian earthquake style hard times, so maybe some advice will […]