I once thought the best way to dispose of my old outdated electronics was to fill up my '98 cavalier and drive it into the Hudson River. As it turns out, I was wrong and Hudson Valley Community College has a better solution.
I'm at my wits end with people on Facebook. I know, I know, first world problems, but seriously. The grammar-spelling-properly constructing a sentence-paragraph and/or thought police have gotten way out of hand. Like, waaay out of hand!
If you have a computer that is hooked up to the Internet, you better get some form of anti-virus protection. Especially now with a new virus on the loose that can lock-up your computer files until you pay the creator a healthy ransom to unlock them.
Dalton Talks With The IBM Super Computer WATSON Its times like these I’m happy I spent all that time building an underground bunker and filling it with canned goods. WATSON going to school at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is the first step to the end of the world.
You probably didn't notice, but I haven't blogged nearly as much this week as I usually do. That's because I've had so much electrical/technological drama associated with my mom's new computer that also affected my laptop. It's a long story that's still in the works, but not having the internet for …
The One Laptop per Child program was meant to get computers into the hands of kids that couldn't afford them, giving them the ability to have the tools to learn like many kids in 1st world countries. But this new computer aims to increase the reach that OLPC started, and doing it for only $25.
The days of sitting around an old-fashioned Monopoly game board rolling the dice, using paper money and little figurine markers are over. The game has had a complete technological make-over, and is now using a computer which will monitors each player's activity.