As the Covid-19 pandemic becomes more likely to be an issue in the United States, businesses are beginning to form contingency plans. Group gatherings, travel, and even routine meetings are being postponed. Conferences and conventions are being canceled. Companies are fearful of losing the services of large swaths of their workforce and supply chains. One […]
Tis the time of year when all mankind comes together to bring the world peace and happiness, through discount shopping. There’s a lot of technology out in the world today. Some of it is nice and some is naughty. Here’s our list of tech items you probably know about but may not have yet. 4K […]
In a previous post I wrote about the ins and outs of working from home. It has been one of my most popular posts. Now that I am an Senior Systems Engineer for a Managed Services Provider I find myself in many different situations. I am constantly needing to work from the road, literally. I’ve […]
Kansas City is fortunate enough to have a world renown art museum. I’ve always enjoyed my trips to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, but haven’t been in quite some time. My family and I were on stay-cation and decided to visit some of our favorite pieces and see what was new. This article is being […]
Why do I and countless others keep spending untold fortunes to reach an aloof goal like portable computing? For me, I think it is a subconscious rebellion against sitting.
Without mobile view, it is nearly impossible to read or edit Word files on a phone.
I’ve been editing pictures on computers since the beginning of digital photography. I started with one of the first consumer grade digital cameras, the Casio QV-11 and never went back to film. I’ve used countless photo editing apps but nothing compared to Adobe’s Photoshop. Adobe changed to their current subscription only model in 2013 and […]
Microsoft’s Visio has been the de facto diagraming application for almost two decades. Grapholite is available for Windows, Android, and iOS. It cost less than $30.00, I was shocked to find myself preferring it over Visio for basic diagraming.
A few days ago, I was using my Surface Go to do some work while sitting on the back yard patio. It was a pleasant spring day. The birds were chirping, the grass was green, and my wife’s flowers smelled great. It was nice to be outside, except for one thing. A lack of screen […]
You may be under the impression that working from home means sitting on the couch in your PJs with a laptop. Sure, you can do that for an hour to two