The Zombie Phone Saga

Longtime Windows users were always terrified of the “Blue Screen of Death”. It meant that the operating system failed to load and everything was lost. If you are lucky, or paranoid enough, to have […]

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The War Against Planned Obsolescence

My saga of trying to maintain the functionality and longevity of earbuds plays on. In a previous post, Earbud Blues, I chronicled my failure to find a perfect pair of earbuds. I’ve had to […]

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Demo Dilemma


The very first Meetup I attended was the NYC Mobile Forum organized by Amanda Moskowitz. She has consistently found interesting new app developers who come to demo their products. In the beginning I attended […]

Siri: seriously

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I Can’t Hear You Now!

I took a technological sabbatical. After way too many years of being mired in the quicksand of tech innovation, I pulled myself out and mentally sat on the beach drinking Mojitos. 

It’snot that I got […]

Cleanup, Defrag, Reformat

The title represents things that all Windows users should do periodically but it is about some lingering items that I haven’t written about. The title sounds a like more interesting than “Spring Cleaning.”

First the […]

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