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My Google Glass Bathroom Policy

I’ve had Google Glass for about two weeks now, and the more I use it, the more I like it. (It helps that Google has already updated the software it runs once, and there are new Glass apps from Twitter, Facebook and others that I can use.) One of the big discussions about Glass is […]

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Apple: Tops in Tech Support

I’m really loving Consumer Reports magazine; we’ll definitely be renewing when the current subscription ends. The most recent issues is all about computers, and as an Apple fan I just have to post this chart ranking computer makers on their tech support. Apple is so far out in front it’s not funny. I should also […]

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Adventures in Texting

A few nights ago, I was watching the Mariners game on FSN Northwest. Former Mariner Jay Buhner was a guest commentator on the broadcast. I loved Jay as a player, but he’s not so good in the booth. At one point, his explanation of a poor umpire call was, “They’re human beings, too.” And describing […]

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Detour at 35,000 Feet

Cari got home last night from a 4-day trip to Minnesota, and I decided to follow her flight on FlightAware.com just like she and the kids do when I’m traveling. Thought this image of her flight path was cool: I like how they flew through the maze of storms approaching Minneapolis, and I really like […]

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Technology is amazing

It’s 11:03 pm PDT, and I’ve spent the last 90 minutes listening to a U2 concert that ended about eight hours ago: fan-taped, uploaded, and posted online. U2 is cool with this. The audio is on Kevin’s site. He has lots of bandwidth. I don’t normally listen to bootlegs but this is the opening concert […]

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