Decisions, Decisions: Mac or PC

by Jessica B. September 1st, 2016
My computer died last week, not even three years old, mostly due to over use and over heating, it died a sad death. Thankfully I managed to back up my files so that aside from losing a large chunk of money, I did not lose much data. But the
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The Mobile Device Effect

by Scott Lindemann August 4th, 2016
It's a familiar scene: a group of friends, family, or co-workers, sitting around a dinner or lunchroom table, eyes fixated on their tiny little screens, not once making eye contact with the person next to them, or the person in front of them. It's gotten to the point where this is almost considered normal. Such behavior is representative of a strange feature of modern society, in that even as connected as we think we might be, we remain ever
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Mockups, Rumors, and Sapphire Glass, Oh My!

by Scott Lindemann July 7th, 2016
So we've pretty much seen all there ought to be to see with regards to these part leaks, right? I mean, we've got physical mockups of the iPhone 6 in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold, in both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch varieties. Then we've got SIM card trays a-plenty, showing... well, not a whole lot, really.

Up until this point, I thought we were going to be forced to sit through mockup after mockup until September. But just days
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  • Great Game Apps for Traveling with Kids

    by Jessica B. June 2nd, 2016
    Summer is rolling around again and for our family that means long trips and the need for many kid friendly apps. So once again I am going through our apps and checking out the new ones available to see which ones will help get us through an endless amount of plane trips, car rides and whatever else we have in store.

    You won’t find a lot of ‘educational’ apps on
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  • Which Social Media Matters Most?

    by Jessica B. April 7th, 2016
    These days it can be tough for a business or website to have the time to fully utilize all of the popular forms of social media. So which type of social media matters most? Well, that depends on your business, your target audience and your goals. Here are some things to consider when deciding where to put your focus:

    1) Twitter – Can you fit your message into 140 characters
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  • Retina Displays in the News

    by Scott Lindemann March 3rd, 2016
    Apple's OS X 10.9.3 beta was released to developers yesterday and, as with many beta releases, there appears to be at least one hidden gem which gives a glimpse into the future of Apple's products. Twitter user @KhaosT found a new compatibility with 4K displays, which allows them to be set at a "Retina" resolution, with an option for 60Hz output. This theory was tested with both the Late 2013 Retina
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