Pardon me while I bang my head on my deskLess than 3 weeks ago I wrote about a simple storage device that saved 1500+ lives and over $175,000,000 in just a couple of hundred hospitals out of 3700 nationwide.Now the Feds have ordered the program halted.
Storage is what makes a computer your computer. Robin Harris writes about storage and other tech with a focus on the SOHO/SMB market. And fun stuff, too, like PS3 supercomputers and Google's technology.
Robin Harris has been a computer buff for over 35 years and selling and marketing data storage for over 30 years in companies large and small.
Ricardo Bilton writes for ZDNet's The ToyBox.
Desktop Linux hurts MicrosoftLinux has kept a big chunk of the server business out of Microsoft's hands. But in 2008, Linux will hurt Microsoft on the desktop.
If you haven't upgraded yet - don't!I bought my first Apple computer in 1978 - the original Apple ][ - and the obvious quality of the products has kept me coming back for more.
The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) is the best-designed notebook computer in the world. It just isn't designed for you.
When you send a Word document to a client or a co-worker, you are also sending metadata - info about the document - as well. You can easily include embarrassing comments, hidden text or info helpful to hackers.
Mighty Google is worried about getting the shaft from telcos. Shouldn't you be too?
Modern storage includes all manner of exotica: nanowires; HAMR; clusters and more. But research has shown that a simple storage device can save tens of thousands of lives a year in hospitals around the world.
Massive storage has given governments worldwide the ability to record citizen activities and abuse human rights. And, as yesterday's post on Deep Packet Inspection noted, technology marches on.
You may experience mild discomfortThe extremist "free market" crowd wants to toss hundreds of years of common and public law in the toilet so a few near-monopolies can maximize their profits and minimize your choices. Should you care?
As a reluctant web page developer on StorageMojo and for friends, I often wonder how a page I like is done. With Safari's cool new Inspector I don't have to wonder any more.