The concept of “fake news” has been trending for the past few weeks, and there has been some concern over it. Before we panic , however, we need to realize that mainstream venues have committed this sin as well.
Category Archives: Computers
Computers come in a variety of forms, including ones that are the size of a credit card.
The Google Play store coming to Chrome OS could very well disrupt the computing industry again.
It’s amazing how Zip Disks were the successors to floppy disks and Red Hat 5.2 was the cat’s meow for operating system enthusiasts.
Fires tend to be cruel and indiscriminate in their destructive path. The good news is that YouTuber Austin Evans is starting to get his stuff back thanks in part to Samsung.
Dial-Up has been the most common method of Internet access for a long time. I have fond memories of it, and surprisingly, it’s still used to this day.
Love is the theme in this edition of Wednesday Weekly Links. From a simple thank you to creativity to tough love that’s needed, we’ve got you covered!
Change is the highlight of 2014. From technology to the geopolitical landscape, things are definitely getting interesting, especially in this week’s links.
So the Business Software Alliance is trying to crusade against “software piracy” on Facebook. What could possibly go wrong?
From the FCC being told they can’t impose Net Neutrality to Daniel Bryan’s possible concussion, we’ve got some interesting links this week.
Some people donate to the Red Cross or volunteer at soup kitchens around the holidays. During the 2013 season, Ken “helios” Starks conducted an outreach called the “12 Geeks of Christmas.” Twelve geeks were sent reconditioned notebook computers to give to a child whose family couldn’t afford one otherwise. On his blog, he wrote: We […]