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What do you do when you don’t really like “social media” but you need to use “social media”? I am struggling a little bit with managing the use of social media. I find that it becomes a huge time suck. Consuming I think is the problem. It’s easy to wander…
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It’s not me, it’s you… You have had that feeling for a while that something wasn’t right.  You knew that even though you were using a great social tool that has helped to connect millions of people get in touch and form groups with people that a…
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Facebook is rolling out a new version of Messenger aimed at kids.  Normally kids under the age of 13 are not allowed to sign up for a Facebook account, this is managed by the really hard to fool, birthday picker. Is this a good idea, to give access to a…
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This post first appeared on my Photography blog: Zulu Fox Photo I am just going to say it up front, this is a beautiful camera.  It is nice to look at, it is nice to hold, it is great to shoot, with a couple of caveats.  I fell in love with this camera…
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Really, why do people want or need what is basically a large smartphone that can’t make phone calls?  I have written about this before, but I figured it was time for an update.  Turns out there are a lot of reason, many of which I am finding out since I…
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Days of Future Past Why, in the age of the smartphone, would someone voluntarily go back to a flip phone?  I can hear you asking, “You run a Tech Blog, why would you do that!” Well, there are a few reasons why I have done it.  I will try to lay out a…
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My review of the HP Chromebook 13 G1
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My review of the HP Chromebook 13 G1. This is the laptop I use everyday. Ubiased review of my personal computer.

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Taking a look at where Chromebooks have come to in 2017 and where they might go in 2018. To borrow from the Linux community. 2018 might be the year of the Chromebook as a mainstream alternative to Windows and Apple Laptops. Even lesser devices than the newly announced Google Pixelbook are outstanding machines.

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The newest Chromebooks are coming out with USB-C. I explain what this means for you, and your junk drawer of cables.

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