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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 »

Are They Really Innovations?

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. Some people forget this fact: technology is merely a tool.  It makes tasks easier, our lives more fun (most of the time),…Read More »

As New Tech Becomes Commonplace…

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. This week I was looking at some hard drives to upgrade some of my 80GB drives.  There were some nice deals on…Read More »

Flaky Media

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’ve probably burned lots of stuff to CDs or DVD over the past few years.  I’ve amassed…Read More »

The Versions of Vista

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. By now, you may realize that there are several different versions of Windows Vista available.  The problem is choosing the one that’s…Read More »

Fun and Skillz

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. Gaming is probably one of my favorite pastimes with other fellow techies.  Get a bunch of us in a room for several…Read More »

Does IBM Actually Produce Anything Usable Today?

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’ve never been a fan of IBM software. Every time I’ve hand a chance (or have been forced to by various companies…Read More »

Technology of the Past

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. It amazes me sometimes how I’m sometimes able to reach a full circle with past and present technology.  For instance, almost everyone…Read More »

When The Saying “If It’s Not Broken, Don’t Fix It” Is a Bad Idea

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. A majority of the time, I find myself using the phrase “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” in terms of technology….Read More »