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reviewed iPod Nano (2nd Generation). December 30, 2008
iPod Nano (2nd Gen)
Of course not. But do I have them? Absolutely I do!  I had two iPods prior to the nano and in the spirit of the holidays decided to get one as a gift to spread some musical cheer. I debated …
reviewed HP Pavilion DV4-1140GO 14.1-Inch Note.... December 25, 2008
HP Pavilion DV4-1140GO
Wicked stuff:     1. Sleek looking, and although some parts are fingerprint magnets, the appearance is kinda cool with its mesh imprint finish and shiny touch pad. (It comes with a …
reviewed Mac. December 20, 2008
I bought my 13 inch mac laptop a few months ago because I loved how it looked. My boyfriend has a 15 inch laptop and I always preferred it over any other. I was kind of turned off by the product when …
reviewed Mac. December 18, 2008
I cannot lie. The real reason I have a Mac instead of a PC is because I go to an art school, and keeping up appearances is important.  Macs are just cuter.  I have a white MacBook with a tie-dye sticker …
reviewed Compaq Presario. December 13, 2008
Compaq Presario
I worked at Wal-mart when I got this as a Christmas gift to myself.  Wal-mart gives a one-time 20% discount on one item during the Holidays so I used my discount for this computer.    This …
reviewed Brute Force: Cracking The Data Encryp.... December 11, 2008
Brute Force Cracking The Data Encryption Standard
In many ways reviewing Matt Curtin's "Brute Force: The Cracking of the Data Encryption Standard" is a real challenge for me. That is because I am not particularly well versed in computer …
reviewed Logitech MX 1100 Cordless Laser Mouse. November 04, 2008
Logitech MX 1100 Cordless Laser Mouse
‘twas the month before Christmas And all through the house There were two creatures stirring - Just me and my mouse   As I opened the package I noticed with glee That the mouse could be freed And …
reviewed GeForce 8800 GT. September 28, 2008
GeForce 8800 GT
Well I purchased this guy around mid year (2008) and it was mainly for playing WoW.  I got it for around 140 bux off newegg after rebates and everything.  So far, Its running pretty smoothly …
reviewed iMac. September 12, 2008
Apple iMac
I bought an Apple iMac in Aug. 2008 and could not be happier.  In fact, as a life long PC user, I was surprised how quickly I resolutely determined never to own another PC again.      Not …
reviewed iPhone 3G. August 19, 2008
Bottom line:  If you use your smartphone to send a lot of email, the iPhone falls far short of the blackberry and is almost impossible to use for business.    I've been using …
reviewed Asus EEEPC 4G. July 26, 2008
Fantastic product from ASUS in the ultra compact PC world. From this little   PC i've been able to surf anywhere on the net, video chat with skype and work on collaborative documents through …
reviewed iPod Shuffle (2nd Generation). June 07, 2008
Ipod Shuffle
I like this thing because it's simple and small.  It's also cheap, so I actually have 2; one is to keep at home so I have it for running on the strand; the other I keep in my gym bag, so I never …
Professional Windows Powershell for Exchange
Pros: Some very useful information at the beginning of the book.     Cons: Not as in-depth as I would have liked; some key command syntax missing.     The Bottom …
reviewed Apple iPod touch (8 GB). May 13, 2008
iPod Touch Google Maps
Apple's iPod Touch is just fun to use.  While it is marketed as an MP3/Video player, I think the Web Browsing and additional functionality through the "jailbreak hack" are even more enticing.  The …
reviewed HP Pavilion dv9000 PC Notebook. April 10, 2008
HP dv9000t
After working through some of the early Vista Bugs this machine has proven to be a very dependable machine. this machine is meant for home mobility, office, patio, couch, etc, try taking this on a serious …
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2
Pros: Small, concise, comprehensive, well written, timely…     Cons: None     The Bottom Line: If you need a comprehensive reference guide to (almost) everything …
reviewed Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turboch.... April 18, 2007
Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day
All right, it might be a *bit* strong to say this book changed my life, but it is undeniably true that it -- and the website associated with it -- have led to some important modifications in the way I …
reviewed Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turboch.... December 23, 2006
Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day
This is a book I've been looking forward to reading for awhile, and I wasn't disappointed... Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day by Gina Trapani. You should see the number of post-it notes …
reviewed McSa/McSe Upgrading Your Certificatio.... November 19, 2006
McSa/McSe Upgrading Your Certification to
Pros: Comprehensive, complete; best reference book for Windows 2003; includes Win2003 (180-day) Evaluation disc.      Cons: None     The Bottom Line: Truly the …
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003
Pros: Small, concise, comprehensive, well written, timely…     Cons: N/a     The Bottom Line: If you need a backpack friendly reference guide to (almost) everything …
Microsoft Exchange Server 2003: Administrator's
Pros: Small, concise, well written, timely…     Cons: N/a     The Bottom Line: If you need a backpack friendly reference guide to (almost) everything Exchange 2003, …
Pros: Comprehensive and complete; relevant; great examples; outstanding command reference section.     Cons: None.     The Bottom Line: Comprehensive and complete …
reviewed American Computer Pioneers. January 22, 2001
American Computer Pioneers
Whatever else you may think of him, Bill Gates has developed star power comparable to that normally reserved for athletes or rock stars. It is refreshing to see individuals like Gates and Steve Jobs being …
reviewed The Tinkertoy Computer and Other Mach.... June 29, 2000
The Tinkertoy Computer and Other Machinations: Computer Recreations from the Pages of Scientific American and Algorithm
The master machinator is at it again, explaining computer science in ways that are offbeat, understandable and exciting. Yes, it is true that a functional computer was built by students at M. I. T. using …
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