Everyone Should Learn to Code

I started learning to program computers in BASIC way back around 1981. I had an Atari computer hooked up to my 13″ color TV. My storage medium was a cassette tape (just like the kind we used for music). I spent hour upon hour learning how to make the...

Surface Windows 8 Pro 128 GB Review Part 1 – Pre-conceived Notions

The first part of this review are my pre-conceived notions about the Surface Windows 8 Pro 128 GB (from here on out I will call it the Surface Pro) and Windows 8. These are my opinions based on the plethora of blog posts and reviews about the Surface Pro...

Update to My Samsung Galaxy S III Review

I posted a review of the Samsung Galaxy S III a little over a month ago. My initial reaction was that I was fairly impressed but not overwhelmed by anything. Overall I felt it was a good upgrade of hardware and software but not anything spectacular. What’s changed in...

Nexus 7 Review

Here’s another review courtesy of your average tech enthusiast. I’ve never liked the iPad. My main reasons are the locked down ecosystem, the size, the weight, and the cost. I don’t understand spending that kind of money for something that isn’t a real computer. Instead I’ve taken to first using...

My Samsung Galaxy S III Review

From Tech Stuff I’m a technology enthusiast yes, but, not always an early adopter. I just received my Samsung Galaxy S III phone from Verizon after two plus years of using an HTC Incredible. I loved the Incredible. The size of the phone was perfect for my pocket and...

Why Windows Phone Has No Future

I’m a Windows user and have been since Windows 3.1. I have stayed away from Apple, with the exception of the Newton (go ahead and laugh if you want), in all forms because of one main reason. Lock-in. Apple locks people in to their ecosystem and you have to...

Google’s Project Glass Is Freaking Cool

If Google can pull this off this would be incredible. Here are  my initial thoughts after watching the video below: How much would this cost How many people are going to get hit by cars watching the screen in front of their face Obviously it’s bluetooth or something like...

Can We Trust Bitcasa?

I finally received my invite to join Bitcasa. I couldn’t even remember that I had signed up for the beta. In fact, it has been so long since I signed up that I had to research them to make sure the invitation wasn’t a scam. If you don’t already...

Loyalty Program Via Facebook App – Good or Bad Idea?

is looking to enter the US market with a loyalty program for smaller retailers that’s tied to a customer’s Facebook account. Seems like this is a good idea for Facebook and the retailer but is this is good for the consumer? The way the system works is this: the...