Democratic Debate Summary 1

Democratic Debate Summary
Last night, 02/04/16, I managed to watch the Democratic debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Shout out to being able to stream the debate from my iPhone to my Apple TV (I’m a sucker for all things Apple. I make no bones about that ūüôā ) I was able to catch most of the ...

Net Neutrality 

As you may or may not know, the FCC voted 3-2 in favor of Net Neutrality this week, a plan to keep the Internet free and open. Proponents say the ruling will ensure that companies like Comcast and Verizon can’t create specialized Internet “fast lanes” where they could charge more for faster access to services ...

New Instagram Feature

So, Instagram recently did an update which allows you to embed your IG images on any page, making them more accessible (for those of you who need said accessibility). Here’s a sample from our ice cream trip tonight. He’s the best!

How to Install iOS 7 Beta 1 2

How to Install iOS 7 Beta 1
Monday night I successfully installed iOS 7 Beta 1. To my surprise, it was relatively straightforward. So, for all you brave iSouls out there, here is my step by step guide. Warning: I take 0% responsibility for any issues this causes with your phone. Just needed to get that out of the way. Here. We. Go. ...

Google Pac-Man

Google had a special Google Doodle today to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man. Here it is. Thanks to the guys at RustyBrick!

WordPress from Android

Just testing the WordPress app for Android. Seems pretty similar to the app for the iPhone. Another great solution for mobile blogging.

New WordPress iPod App

Just downloaded the updated version of the WordPress app for the iPod Touch. I must say that it’s pretty amazing. It’s got a great interface, especially when adding categories to a post. Highly recommended.

Testing wptogo

Just a quick test of wptogo for the Droid. Seems to work pretty well, and I’m finally starting to get used to the physical keyboard on the Droid, so that’s a plus.

Global Hosted Operating System

Today I read an article on about the Global Hosted Operating System (or Ghost). I think I’ve seen Ghost in the past. It’s a web-based operating system that comes with 15GB of storage so you can access your files from any computer connected to the web. It uses the Amazon S3 service to ensure ...