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Happy New Year everyone!
For this December's Gadget Tech review, I chose the Logitech QuickCam Vision Pro For Mac.
This was a holiday gift from my family, and I have been very happy with it so far.
Instead of writing a lot of technical "mumbo jumbo", I thought I would do a side-by-side comparison with the iSight camera on my 1 year old MacBook.
But before we do this comparison, lets look at a little information.
First, this QuickCam It can be found at Amazon:
Apple makes great computers and software. Their Quick Tips are equally impressive.
Even though I consider myself a power user, I still find lots of useful tips at http://www.apple.com/business/theater/.
The videos are fun and just the right length not to get bored.
Are you a Microsoft user and do any of the following apply?
AlternativeTo (http://alternativeto.net/) is a MUST HAVE in your in web toolkit.
Especially in today's economy, one can't shell out the $699 for a shinny new version of Photoshop. Don't get me wrong, I love Adobe Photoshop and I own several versions back (Creative Suite 2 for Windows), but I was looking for "AlternativesTo" Photoshop on the Mac. The keyword being "Alternatives".
I put together a keynote presentation for the Blogging 101 class at the Ah Haa School.
A couple of notes: The presentation, is not a stand-alone presentation. In other words it was developed as presentation to be presented in person.
It also contains, items of interest to students in the class, and might not be applicable to general public.
Lastly, it is a bit rough around the edges.
Do you have a interest in Blogging and will be in the Telluride Area (January 14-28 on Wednesdays 6-8pm)?
I have been invited by Maribeth Clemente (from http://www.bonjourtelluride.com) "to participate in one of the classes to explain the more technical aspects of setting up a blog."
A brief description of the class can be found here: http://www.ahhaa.org/classes.html
Hope to see you there.
PC Bug Finder is a Fake Scan
I know this should not bother me, but I HATE websites that scare the user into thinking they have something wrong with their machines. UGH... No wonder why end users don't know what to do.
Anyway, Macs don't have the same problems as PC do, so this so ridiculous
I was recently asked by a visitor, if there is Public Internet in Mountain Village and Telluride.
Short Answer: Yes.
So I thought I would put together a evolving list of Wired and WiFi sites in Telluride and Mountain Village.