When Free Public WiFi Really Isn’t Free

How do you feel when you’re at a public place, like a Starbucks, and you search for a wireless network and you are given a few options, leading you to choose the one that you get as a benefit of being a subscriber. At this Starbucks in Troy, MI, for instance, I was given the […]

Dropbox adds convenience for business users

We use Dropbox at work and I also use Dropbox personally. Prior to just recently, to use both of my Dropbox accounts, I had to use DropboxPortableAHK alongside the standard Dropbox client (for Windows). It worked about 99.8% as well as I wanted it to. Every now and again, the portable version would get stuck […]

Windows XP still at 29% market share

So I’m reading this article over at Ars Technica that talks about how Windows XP is near its end of life for support from Microsoft (April 8). It has all kinds of graphs and charts that say one thing: Microsoft is still winning the OS and browser war. What else it shows is that with […]

Interesting to see Ars Technica talk about Blizzard’s Instant 90 coming in WoD

I don’t usually see Ars Technica talking about World of Warcraft. Maybe I’m not looking for it, either. As a person who has 2 level 90s and a handful of toons in the 70s, I find the option to purchase 90s appealing. What I really want Blizzard to do is allow for users to purchase […]