I absolutely love where technology is has been going in the last couple years. The merger of technology and life as we know it is becoming closer and closer to becoming complete. Things like FlipBoard for the iPad and the Sixth Sense Project all just make me giddy inside. Just the other day, I saw something that will probably change my whole perspective on the way I look at the world around me. Read more of this post


Computing of the future: Cloud Computing VS Superconducting Processors

Computing has moved on a monumental amount since the dawn of personal computing in the 70’s. The question us technology bloggers are always asking ourselves is what is next?

There are a number of possibilities I have come across. Firstly cloud computing. The prospect of cloud computing would mean essentially that computers would have come full circle and once again become dumb terminals such as in the 60’s and 70’s and all the processing tasks would be carried out by a server. This would be a great option reducing the cost of manufacturing computers and would mean that you could connect any device such as a phone and access a fully fledged operating system and all your files so to speak.

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Tweetup: Good Or Bad?

A Tweetup can be put together for many different reasons, most of the time to just get together with, communicate and connect with like minded people from Twitter. As you may know, I tried putting together a Tweetup in my current city, Madison, SD. It was held on June 22nd and I would call it a success even if others don’t. Read more of this post

Your Social Life On HootSuite 5

As you’ve noticed from previous posts I’ve made and you will see in posts that I will be making in the future, I absolutely love social media. Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, not so much MySpace….. LinkedIn, Forums, FourSquare, I just love them. They are a revolution in the way we communicate with each other. Well this post is not going to be any different. HootSuite 5 has just been released and you should try it out. Read more of this post

Why It Was Raining Whales On Twitter This Week

Within the past week, we’ve been seeing the fail whale more than ever on Twitter.  Twitter has announced that the outages came from one of their internal sub-networks being over capacity.  They are “working hard to address the core issues causing these problems.”   Read more of this post

Meet People? Like IRL?

Tweetup – A real-life meeting organized on the social networking site Twitter. Thanks again Wikipedia. A Tweetup is when a bunch of people that have been talking to each other on Twitter want to meet in real life and talk in person. This is what Twitter is about. It’s about making new friends, meeting new people and making new connections. Have you been to a Tweetup yet? Read more of this post

OnStar Cars Can Be Hacked

You’ve seen the commercials.  A stolen car is remotely disabled and guided safely to the side of the road, avoiding dangerous police chases.  That’s all fine and dandy, but could a hacker remotely control cars too?  According to researchers, the answer is yes.   Read more of this post

Project Pink: For The Social Generation

Microsoft officially announced it’s “Project Pink” today, probably not to the OoOo’s and AhhHhh’s they were hoping for. Granted, I still think it’s at least worth taking a look at. Just because it doesn’t say “Apple” or have the nice little bitten off fruit on the back of it doesn’t mean it won’t be a decent product.

Today Microsoft released two new phones that will at first be exclusively sold on Verizon Wireless. Read more of this post

Samsung Instinct As USB Modem

Do you want to take your laptop out on the road and still be connected to the Internet?  You can do this easily by connecting your mobile web-subscribed cell phone via USB and going through the steps that apply to that particular phone.  In this article, I’m going to walk you through the steps for the Samsung Instinct. Read more of this post