Try it yourself


If you’re like me, you probably hear and read a lot about this.  “Chromebooks aren’t real computers”. I always like to challenge back with a why? The answers are typical – it doesn’t run Photoshop.  Or, I’m not always connected to the Internet. So, I’ll add a reply to that – “When was the lastContinue reading “Try it yourself”

Thinking about technology investments


From the New York Post this morning, check out this story “A Lot Changes in Tech Over Four Years and 1,000 Blog Posts“. It got me thinking about things. According to the dashboard for this blog, I’ve made 4,255 posts.  The very first one goes back to January 8, 2008 and was titled “Blogging onContinue reading “Thinking about technology investments”

Screen Capture on Chromebook


I was inspired to do some investigation based on a story I read yesterday about screen capture software.  The original article was called “Collection Of Free Screen Capture Tools And Techniques“.  After my post, @pbeens noted that his favourite app, Greenshot, wasn’t listed.  I hadn’t heard of it so decided to check it out.  Interesting.Continue reading “Screen Capture on Chromebook”

Testing Chrome Remote Desktop


I love it when “Dancing with the Stars” comes on.  It means that I can retreat to the Peterson experimental lab for at least an hour of uninterrupted messing about.  Last night, I messed about with Chrome Remote Desktop Beta.  This extension appeared over the weekend and I’ve been chomping at the bit to playContinue reading “Testing Chrome Remote Desktop”