If you haven’t heard the buzz about ultrabooks yet, it’s about to start. The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas was all about them – and they’re being touted as one of the next new things sure to be a big hit in the upcoming year.
I used to have a daily planner – a bee-u-tee-ful leather-bound, chunky book that was bursting with sticky notes and was essentially my brain, and I couldn’t function properly without consulting it first. Then, I slowly moved towards technology to solve my organizing woes, but I never found anything that compared with the notes I was able to take and reference back and forth on that written planner until I found Evernote.
30 years ago today the PC was born. My father has been working in the computer industry for about that long as well, so we have had a PC in our house pretty much that entire time. Some of my earliest memories include playing around on a PC, long before there was a graphical interface. Back then you had to know what you wanted to do, because you had to …
People are doing everything online these days –especially shopping. And not just a little here-and-there or holiday shopping either. Many people even do their grocery shopping online, myself included. While it simplifies our lives and is a huge time saver, it’s also putting us at greater risk for getting malware on our computers.
Remember the joke about whether your computer is male or female? The author is unknown, and it’s still up for debate. Let’s discuss.
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