The Most Innovative Tech of 2016

The Electronic Numerical Integrator Analyzer and Computer (ENIAC) was one of the first and most famous consumer computers. Built at the University of Pennsylvania, the ENIAC was designed to do ballistics calculations for the U.S. Military during World War II and cost $500,000. Despite its daring innovation and entry into the personal computer market, the ENIAC weighed 30 tons and required 2,000 square feet of floor space. Continue reading “The Most Innovative Tech of 2016” »

Travel Tips for the Best of Hotel Wifi and More

Getting the most from public wifi has become a topic of conversation these days at more than just the family dinner table. Everyone from travel agents to local politicians want to be able to tell you that your ability to find and use local public wifi is easy and probably free in their city. But if you are heading out for a business trip, how do you know for certain that your hotel wifi will work and best of all be secure? Sometimes when we are on the go, finding wifi that will keep the signal strong can be just as important. Continue reading “Travel Tips for the Best of Hotel Wifi and More” »

Presentations: From Brain To Computer To Audience

Especially in tech culture, you have to be able to communicate your ideas succinctly in an era of tiny attention spans and new advancements all over the computer culture. And what that means to you, if you’re an idea person, is that you have to learn the art of the presentation. You have to be able to capture the hearts and minds of people who are going to make snap judgments and then simply move onto the next thing if they feel the slightest inkling of boredom.

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