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When Filling a Need Turns Into a Fiasco

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. To be successful, you must fill a need. Pretty much any occupation has evolved from needing somebody to fulfill a task, service,…Read More »

Switcharoo

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. There have been two interesting incidents publicized this past week about Christmas gifts.  In one incident, a PS3 box was opened Christmas…Read More »

In 2007…

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. Last year, I made a list of 10 predictions in the world of tech for the year of 2007 in PCM Newsletter…Read More »

The Vista Experience

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. I had a chance over the past couple days (off and on) to sit down and use Windows Vista.  In a couple…Read More »

Reputation Is Everything

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. I remember talking to an accountant I knew a few years back (no, his profession had nothing to do with our relationship…Read More »

The Opposite of Competitive

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. I’m currently coordinating with a client and his friend on developing a new website for him.  The friend runs a modest web…Read More »

GoDaddy Is A Little Sneaky

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. I was helping a friend register a new domain name for his new website on godaddy.com just last night, and it was…Read More »

Game Editing

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. Over the past week or so, I’ve gotten back into game map design.  For those who saw mention of my hand injury…Read More »

Laptops Are Now As Cheap As PCs

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. Declining prices in the PC market has resulted in inexpensive low to mid-range pre-built PCs.  So much so, that it’s now quite…Read More »

Adobe’s PDF Reader = Memory Hog

The “Weekly Rant” column was featured in the PC Mechanic Newsletter since 2005. Topics relate to some aspect of technology, which include opinions on hardware, software, new technology, technology companies, and computing standards. If you’re anything like me, you probably browse the web with a fair amount of frequency.  In your travels, you probably come…Read More »