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Bleeding edge

I knew I couldn’t hold out for long. Having some time available this evening, I went ahead and updated the laptop to Windows 8.1. Up to now I have spent as little time as possible in the Metro/Modern UI. Will

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Living the geek life

In the spirit of continually trying to use technology for simplifying and improving life, a few thoughts on my mind this weekend.Just arrived today, a new toy: a nifty little (emphasis on little) folding Bluetooth keyboard called the Freedom Pro. …

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In search of the kitchen sync

In yesterday morning’s post, I provided a scope of the devices I like to keep synchronized to the extent I can. It is definitely not an easy job with the variety of form factors, operating systems, etc. Here follows a brief take on where I am with…

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Too connected?

As those who know me can attest, well, I’m a nerd. Mind you, not a geek! What, you didn’t know there’s a difference? If not, please read this article on how to tell the difference. As a computer nerd, it seems as though various computing devices f…

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Getting a job in nursing informatics

Recently a Twitter follower — you all do follow @InfoTechRN, don’t you? — asked me a question there is no way I can answer in 140 characters. (True, there are few questions I can bring myself to answer tweet-size, but that’s another story.) She …

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Office space…

Because inquiring minds (well, at least one or two of them) want to know…. Here is a snapshot of my home office setup. Some know that when I am not traveling, I have the opportunity to work from my basement at home. In the year and a half of tha…

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