highly likely that many of you, like me, are responsible for technical
support of your families’ computer systems and internet connection.
Earlier today I found a great little microsite (by Google) that’ll help you suppo…
This Christmas has probably the most intensive tech-soaked holiday period I’ve had with friends and family. It was refreshing to see the ways that recent tech developments have allowed us to enjoy the gathering, events, experience and excitement. …more This post is an excerpt from one of my weekly posts on the Future Shop Techblog. […]
This time of year many of us travel home to visit family. If you’re the least bit of a techie, you’ll likely be called in to help someone diagnose some sort of computer problem — hopefully not very serious. But if Uncle Billy’s computer ‘just stopped working’ and you know you’re going to be spending […]
Ok, it’s a lousy title for a movie, but it is a great reminder to review and execute your data backup strategies, both at home and online. Why Friday the 13th? Simply, it’s a day-date combination that happens infrequently, almost ad-hoc. When it does occur, you can easily plan to take time out to perform […]
A friend recently asked me if I knew of a way to synchronize his podcasts (using iTunes) on multiple computers. Initially I had no idea, but then I remembered PodNova. Aside: I’ve since learned that iTunes supports OPML import / export, but still think PodNova is the better way to go — online centralized repository […]