I got myself a piece of interesting tech this year in hopes it would get me from out in front of a computer screen more often. Meet the reMarkable2, a distraction free (i.e. it’s not connected to the entirety of Continue reading Tech Review for Writers: reMarkable2
It’s really no secret that I like reviewing the technology that I use just to give folks an unbiased look at what a real working creative professional thinks of everything from phones to tablets to computers. So before I review Continue reading Review: #Microsoft #Surface Book
Ever since I began using dictation software, I’ve had a ton of people come to me and ask how I like it. So I figured I should probably review it in my blog, and actually use the dictation software to Continue reading Review: Nuance’s Dragon Naturally Speaking
Since I often find myself being asked which word processing software I use, let’s talk about writing and word processing programs. One would think that all word processing programs are created equal. That Open Office and Word Perfect are just as Continue reading Write Which Way?
I occasionally like to review new technology and share with folks what someone who isn’t a tech blogger actually thinks about things. I’ve never been much for having a favorite “team”. My tech either works for me or it doesn’t. Also Continue reading Microsoft Band – A Review
Sometimes I feel a bit out of touch with the modern world despite the fact that I consider myself technologically “progressive”. I grew up with a Commodor Vic 20 and an Atari 2600 in the house. My favorite game on Continue reading To the Interwebs!
I’m one of those people whose computers rarely get viruses. I’ve have not had my accounts hacked either. I always thought it was because I was more tech savvy than the average user, but what it comes down to is Continue reading Good Habits
Late last year I wrote a little post about why I hate my Mac. While I still hate my Mac because it’s still really uncomfortable to write on, I’m beginning to RESENT my Mac. I resent it because I spent Continue reading I Hate My Mac Part 2
Film 1: Bendito Machine III What is this film suggesting are the ecological and social implications of an obsession or fixation on technology? Do the film’s characters have any choice in relation to their technologies? What are the characteristics of Continue reading #EDCMOOC Film Discussion: My Thoughts
It seems there are quite a few films that are actually dystopian stories about technology gone awry. I was initially torn between discussing Terminator where we make the machines so smart, they take over, or Idiocracy, where the machines do everything, Continue reading #EDCMOOC Idiocracy: A Dystopian Technology Story