It's the beginning of the year and that means it's time to write down a set of promises and plans by which we geeks will govern ourselves over the next 12 months. Can you keep all these through the year?
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I had a great staycation, but I did sorely miss all of you. It's great to be back, back on a schedule, and back to work.
When the Bluetooth inside David Gewirtz' media center laptop died, he used it as an excuse to get and test six media center keyboards and see which would stand up to the rigors of couch-writing. The winner may surprise you.
Surviving and thriving while accompanying a spouse or significant other to a weekend workshop is possible. It is a Jedi-level skill, but it is possible. Pay attention, young Padawan, for the secrets are about to be revealed.
Here's a shoutout to everyone on the crew, and especially the intrepid pilot who came home safely and brought his injured bird in for an incredible landing.
For years the FAA's database more closely approximated a brown supermarket bag filled with receipts than an actual, you know, database.
We take you on a tour of some hidden (and free) gems at the Internet Archive. Who knew? It's a gold mine of old-timey science fiction happiness.
Bill aims to protect cord-cutters and those watching online video from suffering bandwidth limitations imposed by carriers. But the bill has some other elements that may ultimately cause it to fail.
It's time for something to break up the doom and gloom. With that, we present you with the Internet's most reliable smile-generator, our pets. Please say "hi" to some of the most beloved members of ZDNet's extended family.
Are you tired of seeing political ads before and during every YouTube video? Has the election reached a point where you just want to scream? We have a partial solution.