- Northern Kentucky UniversityJournalism, 1986 - 1987
- Antonelli InstituteCommercial Photography, 1987 - 1989
I’m a 40 something early adopter of all things technology. I was first in line to buy my Verizon Droid AND my Apple iPad, third in line for my Wii U. I don’t hate your phone, tablet, game console or computer choice, but I have an opinion about each.
After a 15 year hiatus from gaming, I'm back in a big way. Over the last 2 years I've spent time buying up the consoles and games that I missed over my decade and a half in darkness. I lean heavily toward Nintendo, but I'm also warming to the PS3 as well.
Aside from my family, the only things that I love more than a new gadget or a video game release day are fly fishing and going to the ballpark. I blog from time to time about both.
I’m a sports photographer by trade, but have been working since 2011 as a technology blogger.
My current devices:
- LG Nexus 5
- Nexus 7 2013
- WinBook TW802 Windows Tablet
- Amazon Fire HD 6
- 11" ASUS Ultrabook
- Microsoft Surface 2
- Acer C720 Chromebook
- Nintendo Wii U - 32GB Deluxe
- Nintendo Wii - Black
- Nintendo GameCube - Black
- Nintendo new 3DS XL - Red
- Nintendo 3DS XL - Blue
- Nintendo DS lite - Red
- Sony Playstation 4
- Sony PlayStation 3 - 250GB Super Slim
- Sony PlayStation Vita
- Sony PlayStation TV
- Xbox One
- GemuBytes.comOwner, 2013 - presentUncensored gaming news commentary
- DualSub.comOwner, 2010 - present
When Tim Cook introduced this super iPad, he didn't make a case for why you should buy it at all. Just here it is, it's huge, it's limited, it's expensive, the pencil and keyboard are extra and you should go buy it all right now.
That'll work with enough Apple users to make the thing worthwhile for Apple, but any Surface (3 or 4 Pro) would be far more useful for me, and quite a few others as well.
A lot of people won't even try the Surface, they'll simply run out and buy this super iPad, and as it morphs to become more like the Surface those Apple fans will say "see what Apple created".
The enemy of our enemy is our friend, and that applies to Russia here as well. They are blasting IS (and some Syrian opposition forces as well) and then a NATO member shoots down a jet.
Hopefully Russia doesn't want a war with NATO, because Turkey will cry Article 5 if Russia attacks them, and then we'll have a real live actual mess on our hands.
To call those that think the definition of unlimited is limitless "abusers" or anything other than "paying customer" is outrageous.
Your company, be it Microsoft, Mozy, Back Blaze or any of the others were selling a marketing concept and not a trustworthy unlimited cloud storage solution.
Liars. All of them, nothing but fucking liars.
I was happily an Rdio subscriber for quite a while until Google Play Music came along.
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