Google+ Hangout Video Conferencing Meeting, Part 2

Updated: 3/31/2020 during the coronavirus pandemic. Stay Safe! Google+ Hangout is the PERFECT way for ANYONE, ANYTIME, ANYPLACE  to video conference.  It is FREE, you can meet with up to 10 friends, and the quality is awesome (for a free service).  The technology behind this is from Vidyo. I will shut-up and let the video do the talking…. AWESOME!!!!!!!!  Sorry, I had to do it. … Continue reading Google+ Hangout Video Conferencing Meeting, Part 2

Google+ Hangout Video Conferencing Meeting, Part 1

Before any good, errrr…..AWESOME meeting, there is preparation.   That is especially the case with a video conference.  The initiators of the video conference must work diligently to make sure the meeting goes off without a hitch. No joking around….deadly serious business.  If you want to get involved in video conferencing and put on an AWESOME meeting (watch for Part 2 of the “Hangout Meeting” … Continue reading Google+ Hangout Video Conferencing Meeting, Part 1

Amazon Kindle Fire

Today, Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire tablet. I watched a few news reports and to summarize: The Kindle Fire is fast using a dual processor, it can run Android Apps but you gotta get them from Amazon (not a bad thing). One analyst says it is NOT an iPad killer since the Kindle Fire is a consumer of media not a producer of media / … Continue reading Amazon Kindle Fire

Logitech Harmony 650 Remote

Lori could not learn the process I had for watching a movie on the blu-ray or on VUDU. Geeez what is her problem?  Using a combination of three remotes, 27 button pushes, and moving one wire (just kidding)….it was easy! She wanted me to write the process down….well, I do not have time to write a book, so get over it. Luckily, Lifesize (a Division … Continue reading Logitech Harmony 650 Remote

Barnes & Noble Introduces a New Nook

Surfing the Internet today I spotted this article from the NY Times stating that a new Nook eReader has been introduced! Very cool. Here are some basics of the $139 eReader: It is WiFi only, it uses e-ink technology so glare will not be a problem, the entire display is touch screen, they claim the battery can last (without WiFi turned on) for 2 days, … Continue reading Barnes & Noble Introduces a New Nook