WOO ON TECH

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If there was a glimmer of possibility that you might be returning to some semblance of a normal office life, that light is probably set on the dimmest setting for now with the renewed lockdown and a resurgence in Covid outbreaks. This means your training as an technology Jedi has only begun, young padawan. Never

It’s apparent that many of us will continue to work from home for the foreseeable future, which means that many of you will also be the first-responder for technical support issues in your home office, whether you wanted to be or not. While we’re not expecting you to become a seasoned field technician, there are

Why Does My New PC Suck?

I’ve only had one client ask me this exact question recently, but I am getting this general sentiment a lot more these days than I ever had in the past. There’s nothing more disappointing than buying a brand-new device, getting it out of the box, setting it up, only to be severely underwhelmed by its

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I’m simultaneously amazed and not surprised that Adobe Flash is still as widely used as it is currently. I was just working with a client who uses a website for a very large financial services company where certain key features rely on Flash. And this site was just launched. I know of several other clients

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We’re still wading through the aftermath of moving, and I don’t know where half my stuff is, so I’ll keep this short if only to preserve the few shreds of sanity I have left after the past few weeks. In case you hadn’t heard, T-Mobile had a massive outage on Monday when one of their

If I get up on my soap box this week, I might not come down, so instead I’ll just link this small collection of articles that seemed to follow a theme. My selection has an editorial slant – a prerogative I am able to employ as a blogger, and if you’ve been reading my posts

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