Just like medical journals, it seems like every new day brings some new report or another on the “state” of technology. Some reports are “nothing is secure, and you can never be secure”, while others take a more restrained “Apple owns everything” approach. I’m always sceptical when I hear of these things…
Today, I thought it might be interesting to show you something I sent to a young fellow who is interested in the technology field. I had sit down with him to discuss what I do, and some of the things he might look into and he emailed me a few days later. What follows is my advice to him.
If you’re interested in technology news, the Internet is full of articles that summarize what was at CES this year, and what kinds of trends to watch. My perspective is that this coverage leans to a different slant – more than the products themselves. I think people want to know about more than just hype and flashy products. 17 years later in Las Vegas, I wanted to find the real CES.
Given an exaggerated need to switch devices often, I thought I would share some of the strategies I use to make sure I can pick up and move forward quickly.
Today, I had to deposit a cheque (or check-in America). As a business owner, this is a common occurrence. In the age of electronic transfers, NFC Payments, Electronic transfers, and Interac Online – we still use these pieces of paper to transfer money to each other. It’s high time the banks upgraded this process.
Of the massive amount of recent dialog, some of it has focused on weapons – but some of it has focused on mental health. To be sure, we all know that a problem exits, but few of us know what (or why) it happens. Dr. Peter Whybrow appears to have some of those answers.
At Blogging Calwell, we’re up in the Canadian province of Ontario, but we still see our share of various deals and interesting sales (on both sides of the border). Leading up to this event, we thought we’d give you a short rundown of some that we’re tracking and may end up taking advantage of. Feel […]