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I grew up watching the Jetsons. I loved the technology that we saw there and looked forward to the day that we all had video phones. It took a while, but that day is here now. If you have an iPhone you’ve been able to use Facetime for several years. Now, with Google Hangouts, the [Click for the rest ...]
We won’t even pretend to be able to compare all the different tablets available today. We do have our opinions however! And, a few specific features that we think are important to travelers. We own 3 tablets, a Nexus 7, an iPad mini, and an MS Surface Pro. We highly recommend any of them, but [Click for the rest ...]
Isn’t it cool that your phone or tablet automatically rotates the contents when you change the way you’re holding it to see a picture take up more of the screen? Isn’t it annoying that your phone or tablet automatically rotates the contents when you lie down to read your book in bed? Especially when you’re [Click for the rest ...]
My Tracks Last summer we spent some time in the Black Hills of South Dakota. We didn’t have time to do a lot of sightseeing, so when we did, we wanted to record it. Using an App called My Tracks on my Android smartphone, I made this map simply by tapping on a button to [Click for the rest ...]
Lifelong Learning Both Jim and I are lifelong learners. One of the things that originally attracted us to each other was our hunger for learning; our curiosity for just about everything – but especially technology. Now we are Geeks Who Teach – and we welcomed this learning opportunity to “sharpen the saw.” Who is Elliott [Click for the rest ...]
by Jim Guld Photo Story 3 is a free program from Microsoft. It has been around since Windows XP. We have been using Photo Story 3 to easily create great slideshows with movement, transitions, narration, and music. It is the best free program we have found that does all that. It is also one of [Click for the rest ...]
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