October 23, 2010
Pocket Informant App Review - iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

My life can get pretty hectic when it comes to maintaining a proper schedule, getting tasks done on time, and dedicating enough time to everything I am responsible for. If you are like me and have either multiple jobs or a vast amount of hobbies and vounteer activities, you can easily get overwhelmed when you […]

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October 9, 2010
Scanning Images and Artwork for the Web

Recently, I was asked about why I ask my clients to either provide 300 dpi graphics when they scan, or why I scan artwork at 300 dpi. As an experienced web graphics company we need to know we are handling top quality graphics. For instance, if you scan a poster at 72 dpi and get […]

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October 8, 2010
iPad and iPhone have WiFi limitations

I have been a Mac fan and user for over 7 years now, and abide by the code, "once you go Mac, you don't go back"! That being said, I conducted a simple and honest experiment regarding wifi strength of Mac devices, specifically the iPhone 3G, the iPad, and my Macbook Pro 15. I posted […]

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September 16, 2010
Multiple Google Apps Accounts and One Notifier

Since I run my own web design business and I am a youth pastor at our church, I have multiple Google Apps accounts for each entity. This suddenly became frustrating because I was using Apple Mail for both accounts, but was frustrated with Apple Mail's inability to delete emails off of the Google Apps server […]

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December 1, 2008
Macbook and Macbook Pro take 6GB RAM

According to the memory company RAMJET, it has been discovered that both the Macbook and Macbook Pro are not limited to 4GB of RAM. If you simply add a 4GB stick in one slot and keep a 2GB stick in the other, the Macbook and Macbook Pro will use the 6GB.

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December 12, 2007
The Canon HG10 and

I posted earlier about the Canon HG10 and iLife 08. I wanted to bring my findings and hopefully steer someone else in the right direction. After reading many forums and reviews I decided to change my order from a Canon HG10 to a Canon HV20. The Canon HV20 is an HD camcorder that uses Mini-DV […]

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November 21, 2007
The Canon HG10 - AVCHD and the Mac

As a Mac owner I am happy with iLife and it’s many features, but I lacked a good camcorder for my family. My thing about iMovie being able to edit in HD was, “Great, like I will ever use that technology any time soon.” Well HD Camcorders are much more affordable to the consumer now.After […]

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July 16, 2007
Keeping Up With Technology - Is It Necessary

I have been researching how technology can affect small businesses in their respective management practices and tangible purchases. Most of my research has mostly to do with Information Technology because as a small business owner I understand the mental anguish I personally go through deciding if it is time to take the BIG STEP. What […]

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July 12, 2007
Article Submission Is Here To Stay

I have released two article submission sites for authors to submit their expert articles for publishing on the websites. This will allow authors a place to gain popularity via links, keywords, and their articles possibly being re-published on other websites. The greatest part is that it is free to join and your articles will be […]

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