Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons CC-BY-4.0 It seems I often find myself playing the role of cranky old grandpa when it comes to consumer technology. It’s
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Yesterday we started seeing reports from news outlets about an email sent to a large number of AT&T customers.
Apple makes great products. They just haven’t been products I was particularly drawn to in the past. The restrictions Apple makes in the name of user privacy and making things “just work” always seemed to be too harsh for a nerd who wanted to tinker with his devices. So what happened to make me start questioning my aversion to expensive aluminum chassis and the letter “i” in front of everything?
I’ve been getting a lot of questions from friends who are performers about how to improve their live streaming setup. Because most of us have
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