Google Wallet: Your option to safeguard from Retail Hackers

January 31, 2014

Following the debacle of Target’s data breach post holiday season, it seems the only methods to safeguard our private contact and financial information derive from actions taken after the fact. Basically, we hear about a data breach on the 6 o’clock news, then we investigate our credit information online and cancel or change cards if we […]

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Loose lips sink ships and careers

January 9, 2014

As 2013 moves into the past, I often recall some of the more annoying topics that inhibited the general zeitgeist of the past twelve months. One such topic, the right to free speech or should I say the privilege of free speech, was intensely debated as a slew of loose tongue celebrities fell victim to […]

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Keep it simple, Keep it light…smart storage solutions for the designer/developer.

October 8, 2013

Around this time ten years ago when I wasn’t loading up the internal hard drive on my 1000 lb. EMac, I was usually storing various Photoshop and Illustrator projects on my $99/250 megabyte Western Digital along with my equally bulky iTunes backup. These days the Emac and the Western Digital collect dust in the closet, […]

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