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Technology writer for the award winning CTTechJunkie.com. I review gadgets for my YouTube channel and at Amazon.com.

Co-Founder of the Independent Media Network LLC and LocalOnlineNews.TV LLC. Hand model and many other things at The Safety Zone LLC.

Co-Host of Behind the Video and occasional tech guest on WNPR and WTIC-AM. Former guest and co-host of This Week in Media. See my recent media mentions.

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Managed Joe Courtney's successful 2006 campaign for Congress, margin of victory 83 votes! I'm an alum of the NASA Tweetup program (STS-133) and covered the last two Space Shuttle launches for CTTechJunkie.com. I drive a Chevy Volt.
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This Magewell HDMI to USB device is the simplest way to connect a camcorder for skype:
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Cool!  I hope the Hangout on Air recording turns out OK.
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The new Raspberry Pi 2 Model B is here! Here's a head-to-head comparison with the original:
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Well that was all the convincing I needed apparently.  I guess I'll take the $10 price gouge to get one now as opposed to later.

...My impulse control is terrible.
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TP-Link's Archer C9 router performs well, is low priced, and comes with a good warranty:
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This is my attempt to try and explain the complex marketplace for wireless routers:
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+Craig Long +Lon Seidman Time Warner I think is the fastest right now. That is if you don't consider Google Fiber which only provides service in a few cities.
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We talk to @Dell 's Donnie Oliphant about the new #XPS 13 - find out how @intel chips influence overall design:
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Some viewers had some questions on the Lenovo B50 All in One - here are some answers!
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I take the new Raspberry Pi 2 out for a retro gaming spin with Retropie!
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Buffalo has a Wireless AC router with a switch that makes it easy to switch into different modes:
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It's time for your weekly wrapup! Lots of productivity this week and plenty of content:
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Your dog is smart.  She stays where it's warm.
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Asus has a beautiful and affordable 7 inch tablet running with a new @intel Moorefield Atom processor:
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Hi Lon, great video, I was going to purchase one of these for £150 from John lewis (main retail store) but the ghosting issues, lack of ROMs for intel devices and the laggy zen ui put me off. Went with the shield tab instead. Please test for ghosting using an app on playstore!
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Many users asked about whether or not Superfish was installed on the Lenovo B50 we tested this week (it isn't): 
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Manufacturers shouldn't add bloatware it's extremely annoying and surely people don't subscribe to or buy packages based off of their bloatware constantly reminding you. The worst is the free antivirus when you finish your x days trial many people just renew it, this i believe is wrong, people shouldn't be force fed software it should be a choice and i think its unfair that many consumers get trapped this way.
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Dell sent along two interesting accessories with the #XPS 13 - here's a look at them:
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We've used them quite a bit for banners, table throws, and a number of other products. They are fast, responsive, and local.
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