About a week ago, my wife Sheri and I noticed a problem streaming to the living room TV. For some reason, we couldn’t watch Amazon, Hulu, HBO Go, or even YouTube using our Roku device without constant buffering. We have the Roku connected to the Internet via a wireless connection to our router. To help
Reddit, the popular online discussion site, had hundreds of its most popular individual discussion areas, called subreddits, closed Thursday. They were closed not by Reddit, but by subreddit moderators, unpaid volunteers who run the individual discussion areas. The reason they did this? To protest the company’s firing of its director of talent, Victoria Taylor. She
I’ve been playing around with the trial version of Adobe Dreamweaver CC, a powerful cloud-based website creation and development software. Dreamweaver switched to a cloud-based system in 2013. Before that, Dreamweaver was distributed only physically on the disc along with a perpetual license assigned to a specific user. The price for Dreamweaver CS6, the last
A while back, I bought a Wink Hub, a futuristic device that allows you to control electronic devices in the home via the magic of Wi-Fi. I paid around $40 for the Wink Hub on Amazon and then bought two Wink compatible LED light bulbs locally at Home Depot or Lowes. I don’t remember which.
The FCC approved new rules on Thursday in a 3-2 vote to reclassify broadband Internet service as a public utility. This means, among other things, that we finally have Net Neutrality. At least until Verizon, Comcast, AT&T, or someone beholding to the broadband Internet provider industry goes to court and gets the decision overturned. Until
Patreon, the San Francisco based company that allows people to give money on a recurring basis to the artists and creators they support, introduced new community guidelines. These new guidelines dictate what Patreon recipients can and cannot do to be eligible for receiving Patreon money. There’s a long list of violations that will get Patreon