I’ve been into GIS along with all things spatial for a bit now, and there’s no doubt in my mind that Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and GIS are the new dynamic duo.
If Google Chrome OS is secure as planned, why not trying something different and ditch that malware-plagued OS?
The story of The Social Network movie is this generation’s War Games
Recently, I helped my mom setup a home entertainment system. She made a comment that she would never have been able to set it up herself. I realize there are companies out there she could’ve hired to do the work, but that’s not what got me thinking about writing this article.
Lately, I’ve been trying to figure out how to deal with personal content overload. I searched for similar articles and found a couple here and here. And while tools to make it easier is one solution, I’m coming to the realization that it’s more of a discipline issue more than anything.
Dear FOX Broadcasting Company, Rupert Murdoch, and producers of Fringe: I’m wondering if you’ve ever heard of DVRs? You know, the device that nearly 1/3 of people are now using to record content and watch at their leisure?
It’s funny as I type this, as I had been occasionally searching for the video that John Pozadzides shot at WordCamp 2008 in San Francisco, but I couldn’t find it (yet), which I totally understand. Then I did a search tonight after posting this, and many of the sessions are now available on video.
Created by Mike Pilley I wrote an article earlier this year about using WordPress as a digital scrapbook. Although it has been a while, I finally put an example together based on my original thought. My son and I recently went camping, so I put some of the content from the trip together in a …
NASCAR just doesn’t get it when it comes to independently created content. In a move similar to the faceoff between Hasbro and the ever-popular Facebook application Scrabulous, NASCAR has shut down an iPhone application by Michael Stambaugh called iNASCAR.
I got a call from a client who needed to quickly convert a Word document into a PDF, and they really did not want to have to install an additional application to accomplish this task. I found that Google Docs offers the ability to do just this. All you need is a Google account.