Windows 7, Its 66 Possible Upgrade Paths, And Why It’s So Painful For XP Users

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When will Microsoft ever learn that most consumers don’t enjoy having a multitude of choices when it comes to updating their operating system? Keep reading

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Microsoft’s Current Standing Against Apple

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While there are hundreds if not thousands of blog posts already out there voicing their opinion on the ever raging debate of why Apple  is better than Microsoft or vice-versa, I’ve decided to voice my own opinion on why I think Microsoft’s current position against Apple in the consumer/prosumer market has been not so great in the past few years. Keep reading

WordPress for iPhone

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After setting up my WordPress.com blog and importing my content from LiveJournal yesterday, I couldn’t help but notice that there was a WordPress for iPhone app available as well. Excited about this, I proceeded to download and install the application on my iPod touch and see what it was like. Keep reading

New Blog Platform

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So after using LiveJournal for about a month, I realized I couldn’t put up with those ads anymore regardless of how they were positioned/placed. Adding to this, I also felt that LiveJournal simply didn’t offer the flexibility for what I wanted to do. Keep reading

The New Twitter, Well Kinda

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This past week, the Twitter development team gave the web homepage a complete face lift. There were two obvious reasons as to why they did this, for one: to help new users understand how to make use of the service, and for two: to really capitalize on its search capability. Keep reading