Motorola put the Droid in Android: Hardware

So all the Verizon hype about “Droid Does” really didn’t drag me in since I had a Smartphone which already did much of what Droid was expected to deliver.  Apple’s iPhone while a nice platform really didn’t appeal to me since of Apple’s self made limitations on the ecosystem, and it’s requirement of using AT’&T’s…

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Zune HD Screen Flicker

Some have noticed that the Zune HD has a screen flickering issue while browsing content over WiFi.   I originally thought my Zune might be defective, but from the number of users who have reported the issue, it might just be normal with the OLED screen.  It really doesn’t seem to be a problem, and…

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WiFi network issues with the Zune HD

One of the anticipated features of the Zune HD was the inclusion of the built in web browser, which I thought might be nice for casual web browsing.   While I have both a Blackberry Bold and a HTC Touch Pro handy,  I liked the screen interface of the Zune HD better for reading sites…

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Migrating blog from GraffitiCMS to WordPress

As I had mentioned in my previous post, GraffitiCMS appeared as if it was on life support, so it was time to consider a new platform for this site.  The impetus to me wanting to make the switch was worrying how I was going to migrate my existing content URLs to the new format for…

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Doing some Remodeling of the site

So if you have been attempting to access the site over the last 24 hours you most likely have been having issues. I apologize, but I have been migrating platforms and servers, and there have been a few hiccups. Fortunately everything appears stable, so I don’t expect any more outages. Thanks!

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The writing is on the wall for Telligent’s Graffiti CMS

This site has been running on Graffiti CMS a .NET blogging platform from Telligent, since late 2007.  While I have enjoyed using GCMS,  it appears the future of the platform is in serious doubt.  While I think GCMS is still a great platform, it’s lack of clear communication from the developer about it’s future is…

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Microsofts Xbox-Zune DRM puzzle

With Microsoft’s new expanded “Games on Demand” ability coming to the Xbox 360,  it appears more people are complaining about the “locked in” feeling as compared to physical media.  This problem already exists for downloading DRM movies, and music, but is now going to start increasing impact to games. With physical assets, it’s pretty simple…

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