Greece, Prosperity, and Taxes: The World will Come to See You.

I am on vacation in Athens, Greece.  Every food bill I received, and gifts from shops had around a 25% tax rate which, the people explained to me ‘nicely’, goes to the government.  It seems that people are very odds with the huge unemployment, high taxes, and forcing illegal immigrants out of the country.  I […]

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Mobile Memory Management Advantage: Multithreading in Android verse Apple iOS

I walked into an electronics store today in Athens where they proudly displayed the latest Mobile technology like the iPads (iOS), Android and Windows OS tablets, and as you enter the store, I believe roughly in that order. However they had iOS in front of the store, but MSFT translation terminals for inventory, transaction execution, etc., […]

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Business Intelligence, Analogies, and Articulation of Data on Mediums

As I was reading the article from the New York Times, As Boom Lures App Creators, Tough Part Is Making a Living, the typical doom and gloom story about the get rich quick with creation of applications on Tablets is true of any start-up company, may it be a restaurant, clothing shop, or other.  You have idea, Sally […]

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Microsoft Surface, MacBook Pro, the MagSafe 2 Power Port, & Licensing

I checked out the Microsoft Surface in the Microsoft Store, and the new Microsoft Operating System is leaps and bounds beyond Windows 7, on par with the intuitiveness of Apple.  I recently purchased a MacBook Pro to replace my daughter’s old hand me down MacBook I had from January 2009.  It is awesome, I wanted […]

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Secure Digital Cards to Replace DVD and Blu-ray

Some of the SD card classes, and software copyright protection offer the ability to already replace DVDs, see SD Standard Overview » Speed Class, and we are at the cusp of the most performance SD card being cost effective, and one may argue based on the highest specifications of the Blu-ray disk both in capacity and performance overcome, if not, equate the performance […]

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Sovereignty of Government Laws Supersede Multinational Corporation Processes

Personally, I think it is tantamount to invasion of privacy without probable cause if the countries are allowed to sequestor information on a particular citizen.  Is there privacy any more, or is every word spoken and written word should be assumed to be of public note.  Should citizens then counteract with encryption algorithms which take […]

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Viewers can tweet when watching recorded shows on DVR if Opt-In for stats: Improving the Nielsen,SocialGuide Solution

It occurred to me that so many people want to be a part of the hash tagging of their shows, but typically watch on DVR.  Production and distribution thought the tags would lure watchers to change their watching habits, and for some it it did, but as a side effect, the core fan base may have […]

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Twitter Client to Sort by Score and Time: Floating Your Best Tweets to the Top

I seem to have used a tool to add Twitter users with criteria tweets.  I now have to go back and read through all the tweets and deside which users to keep and which to ditch. Once that is done, there are still some Twitter users I value more then others, as they provide ‘better’ […]

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Today, an AI Application Can Take Action on Your Behalf: Good or Bad?

A neat idea, is if you give permission to a user for a specific action, an AI voice/text recognition programs could: If your tagged ‘best friend’ texts you, let’s go out tonight, and your work calendar setup for parameters 8 AM to 7 PM, and both you and your ‘best friend’ are tagged as liking […]

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