My Quest for the Ideal 8” Windows Tablet

Note that I didn’t say “perfect”. I started my adventure with the Acer Iconia W4 in 2013, almost the day it hit the market. It was an ok little tablet,...

Working Through the Trials and Tribulations of Windows 10

A couple weeks back I decided to take the plunge and install the Windows 10 Developer Preview on one (now two) of my devices. While a loyal supporter of Microsoft,...

Webroot Internet Security Review

  Every day we’re bombarded with PC Matic commercials and print ads from McAfee, Kaspersky, AVG, Avast & Norton among others. I bet you haven’t heard of Webroot...

Hey Inoreaders, it’s time to go Pro

I look at you, freebie Inoreader.com account user, and I see me a few weeks ago when I had just a regular free Inoreader account. I thought life was perfect, that...

Dear Namecheap, you rock!

To: feedback@namecheap.com From: Doug Simmons ****@302.nyc Subject: Re: : Follow up: Need help with DKIM, SPF on 302.nyc Date: Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 12:14 PM While I write this about my recent support session...

Is Seles Games Censoring Mobility Digest?

It’s no surprise for regular readers that Mobility Digest posting frequency has been somewhat lax for the past few months. While we have two dozen or so contributors, most of...

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...

Syncing your HERE and Nokia Map Accounts

So you recently read about how you should create a new HERE account soon because your Nokia account, just like all things Micronokia, are going away. So you quickly...

And a Merry Christmas to You Too Sam Walton

I just got back from my annual Christmas quest to Sam’s, and not surprising, it was an experience. My Christmas shopping is pretty much done, but I can’t beat the...

Winginx: One-and-Done Server Stack for Web Devs

Nerds, mind-blown warning: In a manner no more complicated than installing Winamp, you can install on your lame Windows machine NGINX, PHP, Node.js, MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, memcached and a dozen other goodies,...