I was at the office yesterday, a full year after being sent away to work from home. While there I decided to take care of a few things from my desk, when I noticed an odd device in my computer that I don’t remember being there previously.
My rant on Microsoft’s aggressive force of surprise automatic updates for Windows 10, which still stirs up anxiety in me each time it happens.
More than six months after “cutting the cord” from satellite to YouTube TV, I have zero regrets. With all the positives that came with switching, there was one minor situation that left me dumbfounded.
When I came across a tech article asking when Apple might release a new batch of iPads, I had to make sure the article wasn’t dated April 1st (perhaps a leftover April Fools joke). It wasn’t. And the author was 100 percent serious. After reading his piece, I now have a better understanding as to why.
Several years ago, I called out ABC 7 Chicago for deploying bad social media practices used to gain Facebook “likes.” More than five years later, their social media team still hasn’t learned.
GoDaddy is notorious for smoke and mirror sale prices and excessive up-sell attempts. When not careful, especially when it comes to the later, you may find yourself in a potentially inescapable jam if you ever ever try to leave them. I learned that the hard way.