Category Archives: Reviews

Art: First impression: The 3Doodler Start

As as long-time 3Doodler user1, I was intrigued by their announcement of the Start, and decided to get in on this release by buying one for myself and my niece. I ordered the Super Mega Pack and the Eco-Plastics Top … Continue reading Continue reading

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Readiness: One Second After

I just finished reading One Second After by William R. Forstchen (in fact, I read it in one sitting last night), and this is a book I must recommend to anyone who cares about being ready for whatever comes next. While Forstchen’s apocalyptic electromagnetic pulse event is flawed in some ways and his aftermath scenario is a […] Continue reading

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Why can’t it just work?

One of the problems with using the Internet as much as I do is that it takes a lot of other things working to get there. Specifically, I have to have a good, reliable connection, an adequate computer, and a … Continue reading

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Microsoft Virtual PC 2007

For a variety of reasons, I found myself in the need to be able to run Windows Vista (which came installed on my current laptop) and Windows XP without having to use more than one PC at the same time. Fortunately for me, Microsoft offers a rare free piece of software to do just that: Virtual PC 2007. […] Continue reading

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Google Chrome

Google recently released its new beta web browser, Chrome. I downloaded it the first day and have been testing it off and on since then. While my usage has not been as intensive as people who get paid to do reviews, here are a few of my thoughts: […] Continue reading

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