CABLE/CORD CUTTING WITH GOOGLE CHROMECAST

Many people are busy.  That being said, many people still enjoy kicking back and enjoying consuming some form of media at home when they are home. I myself don’t have cable at home.  I’m not home enough to justify forking over $80+ tax a month to watch tv maybe once or twice a week for a few hours.  Truthfully, there are other things I’d rather … Continue reading CABLE/CORD CUTTING WITH GOOGLE CHROMECAST

PARTYING LIKE IT’S 1999: WITH BBM, NSA AND YOU.

so familiar, yet so different without a keyboard! In 1999, I sent my first BBM. I had access to an early model of a Blackberry which my Aunt was testing for Jim and Mike of RIM. It was pretty cool for 1999 even though it’s not impressive now. In 1999, there were cell phones and internet, but there wasn’t anything with mobile texting capabilities for … Continue reading PARTYING LIKE IT’S 1999: WITH BBM, NSA AND YOU.

HOW TO GET US NETFLIX & HULU IN CANADA

a wonderful compilation of images from the Hackers movie that I found by googling that led me to Minecraft Forum “Hack the Planet” is a phrase from 1995 the movie ‘Hackers’, which was the introduction to the internet for most people.  It became a cult classic with a phenomenal soundtrack  and the first reference to Hacker culture in the mainstream for Generation X and Y.  It was also the … Continue reading HOW TO GET US NETFLIX & HULU IN CANADA

Technology so fancy, nobody knows how to use it.

I left the big city and headed on to suburbia to my best friends house before she got off of work because I wanted to beat rush hour traffic. I broke into her house and tried to watch tv but couldn’t figure out how to work the tv or x box or cable box with this fancy remote. “NerdFaceGeek” Edit- This fancy remote is the Logitech … Continue reading Technology so fancy, nobody knows how to use it.

Kobo Mini: Best $40 bucks I’ve spent in a long time

I’m a nerd. In this particular instance, I’m referring to being a book nerd. I like to read. ALOT. So much so that it’s the sole reason for me needing glassess. From the age of 10, I used to read long past my bed time after my mom told me to go to sleep. I would turn the dimmer really low and read in the … Continue reading Kobo Mini: Best $40 bucks I’ve spent in a long time