Nothing out of the ordinary today, browsed the web / Facebook and everything worked OK. Worth noting that I attempted to download / open a word document from Blackboard for school and had a bit of difficulty doing it. When clicking on a word document online I would expect it to be pushed out to Google Docs for reading […]
I had class tonight for the first time since I got the CR48, I took it with me and decided to take all my notes using it. To my surprise it was very easy, I opened up Google Docs and started taking notes, the class was Data Mining and half way into it I had […]
Today was Sunday and didn’t get to do much, I made whole trout and used the CR48 to lookup how to fillet it. It worked ok and accomplished what I needed, another win for the CR48 httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZxe-2rtOGo
Today was the second day with my CR 48, as promised I used it exclusively throughout the day to get anything done. I attempted to watch Twit Live with it however the feed was choppy and the audio was off sync with the video. I moved on to BOL (Buzz Out Loud) and had the same problem, […]
Yesterday to my surprise I received a CR48 from Google; for those not familiar with what this is, its a prototype laptop that Google sent out to a group of people for testing their new cloud operating system Chrome OS. As a tester I made the commitment of using the CR48 “exclusively” for 30 days. […]
GOlang takes a fresh spin at something we are all familiar with, it does it class and performance. I have recently had the chance to delve into the intricacies of GO and I have decided to dedicated part of my blog to it as a resource for future programmers.
As you probably saw either on Google, my site or any of the thousands of sites that reported it. In order to celebrate Pacmas 30th anniversary the folks at our favorite company Google, made their first ever animated doodle which let you play Pacman with its original sounds and levels. The blog at rescuetime.com has speculated that this awesome […]