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Jerry Fahrni
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Wish me luck. Decided to move forward with the Windows 10 upgrade on my Lenovo x201t tablet PC. It's more than 5 years old, but what the heck. I sincerely hope it goes better than it did on my Yoga 2 Pro. Have had lots of issues there.
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Ok, happy upgrading and let me tell you a little trick I did myself: Continue your upgrade as intended and make sure that your Windows 10 was successfully activated then get the Windows 10 Media Download Tool from M$ site as now you can easily format your PC and reinstall a clean version without having to type any serial number as your PC had been previously activated the product for life.
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Catchy little tune.
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I also like having a touch screen on my laptop. You know all those times you reached out to touch your screen and wouldn't dare because it wasn't a touch screen? Yeah, well you can do that.

It really is quite intuitive. I can never go back. 
When Windows 8 came out, touch screen laptops became incredibly common, much to most tech nerds’ annoyance. After all, they seem like a needless accessory: why touch the screen when you have a trackpad? But I took the tactile plunge and have slowly grown to love my touch screen.
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the laptop that my wife's school provided her has one. it drives me nuts when I'm trying to help her. I don't have one myself, and maybe I'd get used to it (shrug).  
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3D printing is disruptive, in a good way.
This was all over the web yesterday, so I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know, but this is huge. 3D printing is one of those technologies that has the potential to disrupt just about ...
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Good morning!
"To be idle is a short road to death and to be diligent is a way of life; foolish people are idle, wise people are diligent." – Buddha So much happens each and every week, and it’s hard to keep up ...
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Interesting stuff. Here's the takeaway from all this: healthcare is slow to adopt new technology, and the only way to force the issue is to make it a regulatory requirement. 

I'm loathe to say that because I think regulatory requirements are killing healthcare - especially pharmacy - but ultimately it's true. We've done it to ourselves by refusing to move forward.
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Ok, this is funny. Instant classic. We'll done.
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Well done, Samsung. Beautiful device.
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"Health care is one of the only industries that haven’t been disrupted a lot by technology yet.”

Truth
Google's health care ambitions are no secret. And by transforming into Alphabet, the tech company is repositioning to play a bigger role in the $3 trillion U.S. health care system.
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I could see the benefit of something like this.
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Something a bit different this morning (pun intended)
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All good things coming from the Redmond camp. Looking forward to Windows 10, although I never really had a problem with Windows 8. 
For months, we’ve watched as Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system took shape. Early on, the operating system looked an awful lot like Windows 8, it’s immediate and almost universally hated prede...
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Sometime pharmacist, sometime product manager for a pharmacy automation and technology company.
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  • Self
    Pharmacy Expert, Blogger, Informatics Consultant, 7 - present
  • Talyst, Inc
    Product Manager, 2010 - 2013
  • Santa Clara Drug
  • Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital
  • Children's Hospital Central California
  • Community Regional Medical Centers, Fresno
  • PharmMerica
  • Kaweah Delta Hospital
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Just another pharmacist hanging out in the Central Valley of California. Technology enthusiast, blogger, husband and father.
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