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Upgrading to El Capitan (OSX 10.11)

Apple released the latest OSX (v 10.11) update, named “El Capitan” after a popular landmark in Yosemite National Park, yesterday and today I installed it on my iMac. Apple recently begun providing its OSX updates for free in order to ensure their customers have the latest operating systems for their computers. While not a major upgrade, El Capitan adds features…

New Does Not Equal Best

I was at a family dinner the other night and the subject of smartphones came up as they usually do. The debate over Android versus iOS always seems to rear its ugly head over dinner. I love a good debate and the comparisons of screen size, camera quality, battery life and customization were going well. Everything was fine until my brother mentioned…

Life after the 2014 World Cup

Over the past 30 days I have been captivated by the World Cup in Brazil. I have watched almost all the games from group play to eliminations to the final. Originally, I was only interested in watching our USA team play, but found myself entranced with the physical toughness, skill and endurance, and strategy of the world’s most popular sport. Now that it…

The Rude Rules

Let me start by saying, without a doubt, I can be rude and at times enjoy being rude. I am straightforward, opinionated and sometimes an ass. There are times when I am rude accidentally and other times purposefully, but the other 99.999% I feel I am pretty decent (my wife may think differently). There is no good reason for being…

Drinking the Google Cool-Aid

I am embarrassed to be in the technology industry. Why? Because of an article written by one of my favorite technology journalists, Michael Elgan. I am a big fan of his and follow him daily on TWiT.tv (http://www.twit.tv). But his latest article comparing Android Wear to the iPad is so nonsensical that I am sure tech journalists live in a…