I am in the middle of switching from a PC to a MAC at work right now and the one thing that would make my life much easier is to be able to just “roll up” my existing PC machine install (XP SP3) into a Virtual Machine and keep it going on my MAC. I… Read more »
I have to many hard drives. So why did I order another? Good question. Right now I have 3 computers and an iPhone to keep track of. I have a MAC and a PC that I currently run at work. (I’m in the process of switching) I also have a massive MAC Pro at home…. Read more »
RSi Unveils Power-Generating Transparent Photovoltaic-Glass Window. Now all we have to do is get them on every home in America and hook all those homes up to the grid.
We had talked about getting iPhones a lot over the past couple of months and we finally broke down this weekend and bought them. A few people at work have them already and I guess for me it was only a matter of waiting for my previous cell plan to expire so I didn’t have… Read more »
This is a super great site for seeing how polls combine into useful information and how election scenarios could play out. http://www.fivethirtyeight.com/
Someone asked me recently is Apples operating system was pronounced OS X (as in the letter X) or OS TEN (as in the roman numeral). I blurted out X the letter, even though most people at Apple and in other circles are calling it TEN. If you look at the wikipedia entry for OS X,… Read more »
The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance. The wise grows it under his feet. – James Oppenhiem
Today’s word of the day is “Automagically”. The basic Urban Dictionary term says its adv. Something that happens automatically, but that also has some mysterious, “magical” element to it. “Smart” appliances, features, etc. that do intelligent things with less help than you might expect. Some people in business or computing use this term when they… Read more »
I started writing about the Yahoo!, Carl Icahn tug of war a while back but I just couldn’t keep up. It seemed like everyday there was some new twist or some new turn. I decided it was easier to wait until the dust settled, if it ever did, and see what happened. So as of… Read more »
Check out this super cool 4 minute movie about magnetic fields. Its a Semiconductor film by Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt shot at the NASA Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley, California, USA.