Why I’m sticking with Garmin

This past week was not a good one for Garmin. Their ransomware attack was one of the worst that I’ve ever seen. I’ve spent over […]

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Garmin woes

So for folks wondering about the Garmin outage, here’s my two decades of Enterprise IT experience “guess” at what’s going on. Just my speculation, but […]

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Fired up about Firefox

Something that’s been bugging me a lot recently is the trend in technology to adopt a “surveillance capitalism” model of doing business. In Shoshana Zuboff’s […]

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Minimizing running tech

This past weekend I got to help some amazing people as they attempted the crazy Zumbro 100 in a blizzard. One of those people was […]

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Good Comcast Customer Service?

For the past couple of months my old trusty cable modem (SB6121) has been acting a bit flaky. In particular it would completely freeze up […]

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Logitech MX Anywhere 2

For years I’ve been a pretty devoted user of the Logitech wireless mice that have the little USB dongle to connect them via their proprietary […]

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The death of an iMac

Back at the end of 2015 I blogged about my iMac starting to develop some graphics artifacts and being slow. Somehow, the graphics artifacts abated […]

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Am I an Apple guy anymore?

Recently, I’ve been starting to question how much of an Apple guy I am. Those who know me, know that I’ve been an Apple fan […]

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So about that Google stuff

This past week Google had their big event to unveil a bunch of new hardware. Slowly but surely Google has been catching up to Apple […]

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iOS 11 first impressions

The other day I plugging in my i-devices and let them update to the latest and greatest iOS 11. Sometimes these releases wreak havoc on […]

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Trees in the fog

It was a foggy morning again this morning, and on my drive down to the coffee shop I came across a cool scene. This is […]

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Presidential tweeting

One of the more interesting debates that I read about in the news recently, was the state of Trump’s Twitter account. In the past, things […]

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Considering some Pi

My birthday is coming up in a few weeks and I’ve been toying with the idea of picking up a Raspberry Pi to play with. […]

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The age of tablet computing

On Friday there was an excellent article published on The Verge, relating to the 7 year anniversary of the iPad. It asked the question about […]

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Some cultural eating

Saturday for lunch we hit a local Indian buffet. I got one of my kids to go along to try it, and despite finding it […]

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VMware VSAN

Recently, I found myself in a position where I needed to write some technical recommendations, apart from my job for a project. In the end, […]

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Technology in 2015

The end of the year is quickly approaching, and it also appears that my trusty 2011 iMac is also approaching a tipping point. Recently it […]

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Never too old to love tech

I was delighted today by the video below of a 97 year old woman who wanted to visit Google headquarters. Her assisted living community granted […]

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Post-PC world

I recently read an article on The Verge by Tom Warren that talked about the notion of living in a post-PC world, and how he […]

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Apple Music thoughts

My blog on Apple’s Music service announcement is actually over at my tech blog today at http://www.libarttech.net/2015/06/the-beat-goes-on.html So that I don’t leave you empty handed, here’s […]

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Move along…

Today’s creation is actually over at my tech blog, LibArtTech.net. I did a quick run down on some of the cool things that caught my […]

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