Weave for Windows 8 in the Windows Store

Weave for Windows 8 was soft-launched this weekend and is currently available in the Windows Store. I love using Weave on my Windows Phone (tried and deleted many others) and...

Wicked Audio EVAC Headphones Review

Up for review today I’ve got an inexpensive set of headphones from Wicked Audio called the EVAC. These are just regular stereo headphones, there’s no microphone, these are just for listening...

Don’t Use Greasemonkey Scripts

Greasemonkey scripts, and the de facto repository userscripts.org, are the anarchist’s answer to Firefox plugins and Chrome extensions. They offer oftentimes very helpful tools and tricks, little Javascript/DOM trinkets, some rather...

Quick Tip: Resolving XBox Music Pass Song Credit Errors

Being the old guy around here I tend to use some legacy stuff. So, not surprising I have an XBox Music Pass (formerly Zune Pass) which includes the “grandfathered” 10...

Microsoft: Where did my Contact go?

Last night, I got an email with some bad news that I needed to forward to a couple relatives. As I went to forward the message on my Lumia 1020...

C’mon WordPress, Support WebM and WebP [rant]

What’s wrong with this picture of my Wordpress v3.8.2 wp-includes/functions.php in which image and video types are defined? click to make it big -- ahh, don’t bother, who cares That’s right chief, it’s...

Nokia releases exclusive YouTube Upload app

When you’re shooting in lossless HD you need to be able to share on YouTube. Nokia, as always, has a solution for Nokia Windows Phone users. They just released YouTube Upload...

Infinity Blade III Review Great On Graphics Short On Story Line

SPOILER ALERT! Don’t read if you don’t want to know any spoilers. One of the biggest announcements at the iPhone 5S event by Apple was that Infinity Blade III would be released...

Crappy Androids Hurt the Economy

I run an experimental site on the side currently made up of several WebP images per page (with no JPEG fallback), oftentimes extremely high res. Don’t ask what the pictures are...

Folks Locking Down Wifi

Check out this chart from wigle.net which plots out the portions of wifi networks from a lot (143 million hotspots and counting) of crowdsourced data. It shows various degrees of encryption,...