Tagged: Technology

Review: Bootstrap 0

Review: Bootstrap

As more and more opensource frameworks hit the market, few if any contain documentation on their use. The Bootstrap framework has a great website dedicated to the features and simple use. Most throw code...

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One Billion Smart Devices

According to Gartner, in 2013, the number of smart devices in use world wide will eclipse one billion. That is a huge number. That represent something like 15% of the earths population. But actually,...

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54 Hour Startup Weekend Ogden

I attended Startup Weekend in Ogden Utah November 1st-3rd, 2012. Check out the website, it’s a very cool global meet-up. I’ve read for years about small groups building products over a weekend, getting some...

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At The Mercy Of Cloud Storage

I’m a big cloud services user. I have cloud storage accounts with a net of nearly 100GB of free space. I use a lot of the space for archives, but lately I’ve been using...

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You Can Blame Or Act On Education Failure

Look at how many kids are forced into remedial courses at the college level. Our current #Education models are failing. — Laura (@GOPrincess) September 11, 2012 I’m in no way criticizing Laura for her...

LogMeIn For iPad Has Nasty Security Flaw 0

LogMeIn For iPad Has Nasty Security Flaw

I’ve been a LogMeIn user since the Hamachi days. Several months ago I installed the iPad version of LogMeIn. I was really excited, and have used the application numerous times with success. I remotely...

2011 Women Tech Award Recipients 0

2011 Women Tech Award Recipients

Announcing the Women Tech Awards 2011 sponsored by the Women Tech Council. This years recipients are: Courtney Doyle, Ph. D student, Robotics, College of Engineering – Student Award Kate Maloney, CEO, CostumeCraze – Rising...