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I’m Jim Barr, and jimstips.com is one of my little corners of the Internet–my voice for all things tech. I love riding on the bleeding edge of technology, and I love exploring new gadgets, services, Web sites, programs, and anything interesting! Here you will find all sorts of tips and information about those things that interest me.
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The Geek finds (another) hobby I’m a geek by hobby and profession with some experience in Web design, image conversion, desktop publishing, electronics, etc. I’ve always had a love for processes that can take a virtual design on a computer and result in a physical item. So I looked looking into
I just purchased a Kindle 3G+Special Offers ebook reader, and I have to say that it has far exceeded my expectations. To me, when assessing a device like this, it is always important to put into perspective just exactly what such a device can and cannot do. First, what the
In an earlier post, I moaned about how though Vonage was a great service, it just didn’t fit our needs due to several significant shortcomings. Well times change, and so have my views about Vonage. We recently got a faster, more reliable Internet connection through Charter Cable, and decided to
Many years ago, I played around with an “online desktop” site called eyeOS. After playing around with the CR-48, it got me thinking that a virtual, online desktop just might be useful on the CR-48. Remember, the CR-48 is a completely Web-centric device. It is truly a “cloud computer” because
I love the CR-48’s fast bootup, and I absolutely love its instant-on feature: Leave it powered on, close the lid, and when you re-open it, it’s instantly on where you left off. This standby mode is easy on batteries, and it is extremely useful to me. BUT… I just realized
Posted by Nishit Shah, Product Manager, Google Security(Cross-posted from the Google Blog)Has anyone you know ever lost control of an email account and inadvertently sent spam—or worse—to their friends and family? There are plenty of examples (like…
- St. Monica receives one-on-one Chromebooks for senior school students – South Philly Review
- Got A Black Friday Chromebook? Here’s Why You Should Always Shut It Down When You’re Done – Forbes
- Black Friday Sale Sector 5 E3 Chromebook for Education, Business, and Consumer Packed with Intel Quad Core Processors – GlobeNewswire
- Black Friday 2018 Deals on Chromebooks, Up to 48% Off on Select Models – Wccftech
- Security in place on school Chromebooks after mom says son saw ‘murder video’ – Asbury Park Press
- Best Chromebook Black Friday 2018 deals: Dell, Google, HP, and more – ZDNet
Windows 10 News
- One Key Calendar review: Attempting to bring Google Calendar to Windows 10 – Windows Central
- 10 useful and free networking tools that are Windows 10 apps – Network World
- How to generate a detailed battery report in Windows 10 – MyBroadband
- Promo: Get Windows 10 Pro OEM under 12$ – URCDkeys software and game deals – guru3d.com
- Windows 10 news recap: a monitor-only Surface could be coming by 2020, Tidal comes to the Microsoft Store, and more – OnMSFT
- Microsoft is testing File Explorer tweaks in Windows 10 19H1 builds – WindowsLatest
- What if Windows 10 isn’t the Future of Windows? (Premium) – Thurrott.com
- Did You Know Windows 10 Has a Green Screen of Death? – How-To Geek