Over the last week I had been in discussion with the folks at AISO.net about moving my blog to them and having them sponsor me. One of the main reasons I decided to do that was not because I was unsatisfied with WPEngine (You guys rock!) but because I knew that AISO.net has [...]
When Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos recently called the new Kindle Fire HD “the best tablet at any price,” he ended up triggering a spate of reviews that were nothing close to remarkable.
I recently had an opportunity to check out the Kindle Fire HD and it didn’t take much for me to notice how improved [...]
I have focused a lot of time lately towards reviewing products that will have a positive impact on the environment and consumer budgets. I recently reached out to Phillips, Sylvania, GE and LightKiwi to sample some of their LED Bulbs for a review and I hope to highlight the differences of these LED lights so [...]
This is the first in hopefully a monthly to bi-monthly update I will provide on interesting and notable new FOSS projects and without further ado…
Spotcommander is a nifty web-based remote control project for Spotify that allows Linux users who have a quality sound system to remotely control their Spotify for Linux client remotely.
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