Category Archives: Techno

Cool Tech Toys, and stuff for the boyz and the girlz!

Top 4 Ways to Use Today’s Technology to Increase Sales in Your Business

In today’s competitive markets, the right technology needs to be aligned to your overall business goals for increasing sales. But it can be a challenge to sift through the various tools available. This article discusses four ways you can use modern technology to generate more sales, including creating videos for social media, chat bots, mobile apps, and real-time… Read More »

SiteBuildIt Scam Stumbles On & On Like a Zombie

This comment was not posted at the Addicted To Decorating page on SiteBuildIt: Don’t know why. Don’t particularly care why. It’s Kristi’s choice. But I’ll post it here. So the Forums are closed again. Open, close, open, close… what is SBI but a swing door for cats? Really… they are still shovelling about WordPress, WordPress.com, Wealthy Affiliate… whoever… Read More »

Computers create opportunities … but for everyone?

Computers are everywhere: on desks at work, in our bags, on tables and kitchentops at home… you’d think that they’re ubiquitous for everyone! But for large groups of our population, they represent not an opportunity for entertainment, communication, and work, but a significant obstacle to be overcome. The elderly across the world often face the biggest difficulty in… Read More »

What is Windows ReadyBoost? How can it save you money?

Are you looking for a solution for a slow running Windows PC? There is one often overlooked method that gives an older PC a boost. Windows ReadyBoost is a simple-to-adopt and affordable solution to speeding up a PC running Windows Vista or later and uses older or slower hard disks. This article explains what ReadyBoost can do, what… Read More »

Video: Google Chrome

It seems that Google has a new browser out… I wanted to try it but my pc at home isn’t compatible. It’s only XP SP1… So enjoy the video. If you want to try Google Chrome, download it here. Update: I finally downloaded it and installed it. I’m adding a simple screenshot to show you the browser. I… Read More »

Making a Light Tent: Trial by Error

I’ve been busy these past few days, one of the reasons I don’t post much on this blog. What have I been doing? Needing Photographs In the effort of building my own product site (click to see the post about that), I realized that I needed very specific photographs for my site, far more so than I had… Read More »

Is your site mobi ready?

We’ve been running our new banner for a couple of weeks now, and if you look you’ll see that the URL is different for our school banner than our website. Why? It’s in Chinese! Today’s post looks at whether your site is mobile ready, and how to do it. The mobile web is beginning the growth phase and… Read More »

Living Life on Cloud Nine: Nine Ways to Live ‘in’ the Cloud

My online office: I’m going increasingly cloud based as the pile of hard disks on my desk at school is more redundant. In fact, I was looking at my USB key-ring that held (only 4mb of space) and it was bigger than one of my old hard disks from about 10 years ago! The hard disk still works,… Read More »

Which is a better e-reader? Asus Eee PC T91 or the Amazon Kindle Reader (International)

Image via Wikipedia I was pondering this question today when I was reading the announcements of the Amazon Kindle for International Sales. Which of these would make a better reader? Pricing: Kindle 1 vs. T91 0 The Kindle is at least $240 cheaper than the Asus Eee PC T91 series, so on price alone, the Asus T91 would… Read More »