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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:
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- Nokia Lumia 822.
- Nexus 7 (2012 & 2013)
- 11" ASUS Ultrabook
- CR-48 Chromebook
- Samsung Series 3 Chromebook
- Nintendo Wii U - 32GB Deluxe
- Nintendo Wii - White
- Nintendo GameCube - Black, Silver & Purple
- Nintendo 3DS XL - Blue
- Nintendo DS lite - Red
- Sony PlayStation 3 - 250GB Super Slim
- Sony PlayStation 3 - Fat 250GB - PSN games
- Sony PlayStation Vita
- Northern Kentucky UniversityJournalism, 1986 - 1987
- Antonelli InstituteCommercial Photography, 1987 - 1989
After just 3 releases Skylanders is already on its slide downhill, and Disney Infinity is just starting its ascent.
I unplugged my Ouya to move the Fire TV in, and I'll be damned if I know where it is, but I'm going to find it.
Vizio and Hisense did a number of updates when I still had them hooked up. Their motivation to participate was killed by the lack of consumer interest.
I know for a fact that Vizio had big plans for Google TV, including TV's with Google TV built in. That didn't all go away because Vizio didn't want to update the Co-Star.
Google won't have any choice but to make the first Android TV because I'm not sure which OEM they'd be able to sucker again.
Google Now helps me with useful information. Cortana tells me the weather and gives me a few news headlines that aren't relevant to me.
In it, continues to harp on Google over privacy concerns, giving the edge on privacy to Microsoft.
Which company was it that searched an email users account to find evidence for a lawsuit again?
Had to be Google, right? They're evil, right? RIGHT?
Nope, wasn't Google. It was Microsoft that searched through and used info in an Outlook.com account without a search warrant.
Ideally, Google would release a Notebook app that links to a Drive folder that offers a more robust filing feature than Keep has. Keep is really nice, but it is not ideal for the way that I do things.
You can rightly say that OneNote 2013 is as busy, if not even more so than Evernote, and you'd be right. For Windows 8.1 Microsoft released a free version of OneNote that is as minimalist as the Office Online and Android versions of the app are.
MS added creating notebooks and sections to the Android app, and after about two weeks of using OneNote exclusively for notes I've opened the full OneNote 2013 exactly twice. Both times were to export notes as Word files, which is one feature missing from the Android, Office Online and the Windows 8.1 free app.
Exporting notes as Word files (or something that is simple to edit) is one of the big factors that constantly drove me away from Evernote.
I took it apart this weekend and put the epoxy fix on it, and now it's as good as the day I got it.
I didn't have any stripped screws on mine, and the hinge mounts weren't loose and wobbly, so I'm not sure if I caught it quick enough to not see those issues or what.
I'm going to put this Chromebook on my workbench in the garage as I'm about to begin work on my Land Rover. The rebuild and workshop manuals are ideal for this thing.
I bet I get another 3 years out of it out there.
The Roku 1 & 2 don't have Netflix Profiles, and neither does FireTV. Roku 3 does.
They all have the new Roku UI that shipped with the Roku 3, but that's a different matter.
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