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In September of 2011 I had Quad Heart by-pass surgery. Three weeks ago I had a follow up with my Family Doctor. Although most vitals were rock solid, sugars were off the charts. And this had been the trend for a while. So I came home and got to thinking and realized that it was time to make changes. Not the ones I made in October of 2011, but real, consistant changes.
So at the 1st of the month I started working on the new me! The first thing I did was to set some goals. Not the New Years resolution goals of I'm going to lose weight, but some fitness goals that run week to week. Specially I said, I would start by walking 10 miles per week. And I'm a techie! So how can I incorporate tech into this to keep me motivated and interested?
I just wanted to turn you on to one of my favorite cases for my Nexus Five. This is a very slim case that offers OK protection. I wouldn't throw my phone across my driveway to prove that this is a great case, but I do like it very much! It's slim, and I think atrractive.If you don't like gold Trim, it comes with other options
After using the Samsung Series 3 Chromebook, there are a whole lot of things I really like about the device. And it's not hard on the eyes either for that matter. But comparing it to other laptops I've had, I've developed a list of things I would love to see in a Google Chromebook. Without further adu, here is that list.
Hey Chrome Manufacturers, build this and I promise more than just me will come!
So lately, there have been several announcements around Chrome OS as many more manufacturers enter the Chromebook game. Many people seem to focus on what a Chromebook can't do, and totally overlook what it is good at. But word is, that these machines are starting to sell really well as Amazon recently told us.
Take Samsung, Acer and HP who have already entered the market. Acer and HP with more than one model to choose from. Then add Dell, Levovo, also with multiple models announced, along with Toshiba and suddenly this segment of the market is starting to look pretty crowded. And I suspect that the decision to suddenly sell Chromebooks didn't come without some market analysis. These manufacturers see something that makes them believe they can sell these machines. But with so many to choose from, how do you compete? By offering what you have for less than what your competitors offer, thats how!
I fully expect that we will be asking "How low can you go?" before 2014 is over with. This can only help Google grow this platform.
By day I try to keep a Chemical Company safe. But on my time, I seem to have an obsession with Technology. I've been following mobile advancements in Technology since the mid-90s. I've used Palm OS, Windows Mobile, iOS and Android devices. With this experience comes a lot of opinion. I offer those opinions here.