Do you remember what you were doing 5 years ago today? I do. I started this website. -Jeffrey Powers, Geekazine.com It was this day in 2007 where I hit the button and started Geekazine.com. The podcast was already running (as I started it a month prior). I launched the website and did the podcast for […]
It’s always a treat when you get to hear from one of the people that helped create the technology we use today. Vinton Cerf is one of those people. If it wasn’t for his efforts (along with Bob Kahn), we might not have the infrastructure that is around today. Another legend in his own right, […]
At 10:30 A.M, it was brought to my attention that Geekazine.com wasn’t resolving correctly. It would bring up a 403: Forbidden error. After giving it a half hour, I knew it wasn’t correcting itself. I then called GoDaddy support in where I was told that their internal process seemed to have corrupted the permissions on […]
The following is my segment for the 24 hour podcast. Todd and I talk about CES, the Day in Tech History, the Podcast Awards and the weather. After our discussion Todd talked to Peter Cox and the Litopia podcast.
This is the newest segment in the Geekazine Quickcast called “App Wild”. It’s name says it all – We talk about applications that you can get for your iPhone, Andoid, Palm Pre, Blackberry or whatever device you use. This weeks applications reviewed: Madden 10 Rhapsody Sad Fact of the Commodore 64 application Pandora and Facebook […]
Brought to you by Gotoassist Express – Get a 30 day free trial of this great software. Just a reminder – this will be the last “Week in Tech History” produced. Please add “Day in Tech History” to your RSS or iTunes. A new segment will fill this spot shortly. After Apple ‘s release of […]
It’s been a while since I’ve posted a Ramblings. With all the videos and other things happening, I’ve just been running out of time. Still, we need to ramble every now and then… First of all, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Valentines Day. Hope the day is full of love and happiness. […]