You have to be able to change with the times. That's what everybody tells you. But expensive technology leaves you no change in your pocketbook, and you are forced to adapt, then you start getting a little bitter about it. I saw this in the Albany Times Union and it got me thinking.
I caught this on my day off watching Good Morning America. A mother starts dancing in the streets when her kids hop on the bus for their first day of school. And of course, she gets national TV time out of it.
In case you thought your fancy dancy high def TV is the clearest thing you've ever seen, get ready for this. Plus some "about time" news for kids with disabilities who want to play video games. This week's tech talk to follow
Do you know what Instagram is? It's a very cool app that lets you take a picture, apply an effect to it and then post it. That would be cool enough, but now there might be a way to show your photos to others in your house without a computer.
All I wanted was a new CD. I hadn't splurged in a long time. I wanted to actually HOLD a physical piece of music in my hands and have some photos and lyrics to look at too. Am I asking too much? Apparently so.
The only way I can bring this article to you, besides sending it to a newspaper, is obviously to have an internet connection. We're lucky. We don't even think about it. It's just a part of our lives now. Why should we be the only ones? Let's connect the whole planet!
We all are suckers for the latest and the greatest of everything. It's so easy to just put the new one on the Visa and put the old one on the shelf. This especially holds true for computers. Is it cheaper to just get a new one when the old one is on the fritz? Not necessarily
We've all wanted to do it from time to time. Some get so frustrated, they'd like to do it every day. Throw your cellphone. just pitch it across the living room and let it create a large dent in the drywall. well, these guys actually made a contest out of it.
I learned a little trick from a "man in blue" at the local Apple Store. This is simple and pretty effective if you ever go to a website and it says it's not working. Is it the site or is it on your end?
It's summertime in the Capital Region. Great time for the beach, the boat, and anything else involving water. Water is our friend. Unfortunately, it's not our cellphone's best friend. Maybe it needs a life jacket
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