31
July
2016

Bluetooth add on for cars

If you have a car and want all the modern amenities like bluetooth connection, here are your options: Really old car without auxiliary jack but with tape player. We just sold our car that was literally 20 years old. The only options seems to be either a bluetooth to FM transceiver or to a tape […]

19
July
2016

Making voLTE and Wifi Calling work with Verizon and your iPhone

For whatever reason, this requires quite a few manual steps, but here’s why you want each because Verizon brands this HD Voice and you have to enable it on the Verizon site and then in the iPhone 6 or higher itself: voLTE. This brilliant acronym (voice over LTE) let’s you use voice and data on […]

17
July
2016

Small Business Routers

OK, if you are frustrated by the speed and more importantly reliability of that $20/month router you got from Xfinity, then there are really two ways to upgrade: Move to a serious consumer router. I have found that many routers will crash when they have lots of traffic. This happens in a small office with […]

14
July
2016

So you really never backed your web site??!

OK, I admit it, after all the harping on backing things up, there is one that I didn’t do. We had a website that was built with a github private repo. Then, we got rid of the site, so I blew away the virtual machine running ghost on Digital Ocean. Then we ran out of […]

03
July
2016

Updates on Digital Photo Workflow

OK, so here are the version bumps for the products I’m using now: DxO OpticsPro Version 11. This bucks the trend where everyone uses Lightroom, but maybe I’m just  a contrarian and like to support small French developers. This is the first step for me and it does automatic distortion and vignette correction. The new […]

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