Category Archives: Huffington Post

4.7- or 5.5-inch — Which iPhone 6 Should You Buy?

An answer to an upcoming dilemma, on Huffington Post.

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Here Comes (Finally!) the Goddamn Tesla Museum

Last week, to commemorate Nikola Tesla’s 158th birthday, the media made much of the million dollar contribution by Elon Musk (he who appropriated Tesla’s name for his electronic car company) to help transform the Serbian-born scientist’s Wardenclyffe Labs, located in Shoreham on the north … Continue reading

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T-Mobile’s ‘We’ll Pay Your ETF’ Problem

T-Mobile screams from its TV commercials, billboard and subway ads and its Web site that it will pay your early termination fees (ETFs) when you switch from another carrier. While arguably symantically correct, this claim is extraordinarily misleading. Read why in … Continue reading

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Time to Change the ‘Save’ Paradigm

In this Huffington Post column, I explore how the cloud is changing how we save and backup our digital files – but how Microsoft Office and other document creation programs don’t recognize how we might want to save our stuff … Continue reading

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Will Cell Phones Prove as Cancerous as Cigarettes?

My latest bloviation for the Huffington Post explores the potential for cell phones to one day prove to be as cancer-causing as cigarettes have proven to be.

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How The Beatles Rocked Technology

Yes, we all know how The Beatles influenced music, fashion and culture in general and kick-started “The Sixties.” But in my latest column for the Huffington Post, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the band’s landing in the U.S., I describe the … Continue reading

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I’m now on Huffington Post

I am now bloviating weekly on the Huffington Post in the Tech section. You can find and read all my columns here, but I’ll them in individually from now on.

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