Almost Everything You Wanted to Know About Quantum Computing in One Short Video

Quantum Physics is super easy….not! Check out this very interesting TED Talk video where Dr. Shohini Ghose, Professor of Astrophysics at Wilfrid Laurier University, makes quantum physics and quantum computing interesting and fun. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students can study Quantum Physics then design and implement a quantum computer…..and change the world! Geek On! Continue reading Almost Everything You Wanted to Know About Quantum Computing in One Short Video

Archaeological Dig in the Garage Unearths Ancient Apple MacIntosh Computers

OK, I save almost everything techy: Computers, printers, electronic test equipment (stay tuned for an upcoming “Archaeological Dig”), Videoconferencing stuff, CD’s, telephones, well……the list goes on and on and on and on……I got a lot of stuff in that garage. The problem is, I pack the stuff away very nicely, and after 20 years or so, I forget what I have, or what I no … Continue reading Archaeological Dig in the Garage Unearths Ancient Apple MacIntosh Computers

Using the WordPress Gutenberg Editor

Gutenberg is the latest blog editor from WordPress. I have been using WordPress since Matt was probably the only employee, and I have stubbornly held onto the past by using the original, old familiar, editor until about 2 months ago. Focusing on TechyMike.com again (hey, once a geek always a geek) I decided to take the time to learn the editor WordPress now calls the … Continue reading Using the WordPress Gutenberg Editor

Using the Netgear Orbi WiFi Router

UPDATE 10/28/2019: After resetting unexpectedly, the Orbi has been flawless since April 4, 2019 and before that for several months. Not sure why it reset, but, check out the rules below, just in case. 🙂 Rules:  #1. Keep the QR code handy. #2. Connect to it, via your computer (use the sync button if the passwords don’t work), using WiFi then configure it at http://routerlogin.netContinue reading Using the Netgear Orbi WiFi Router