Vet tech journalist Mike Elgan joins us as senior commentator at aNewDomain. Here’s how to follow him on Google+ and Twitter. It’s aNewDomain.net. Welcome, Mike!
Archive | September, 2013
Our newest editor Mike Elgan on Google + — and why it rocks so hard. It’s his choice network — and it’s also home to the aNewDomain.net’s main audience. This is Mike Elgan’s answer to John C. Dvorak’s questions about Google+ …
What if there were radical liberals pushing a left-wing agenda — and they were willing to do whatever it takes to get it enacted? The current “double-barreled showdown” over the federal budget and raising the debt limit is a reminder that American politics is a contest between the right and the further right. Ted Rall, […]
John C. Dvorak is hating MS CEO Steve Ballmer’s tongue. Here’s his photo gallery of Steve Ballmer’s tongue — and what advice John C Dvorak has for Ballmer and future photo opportunities.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (34.8MB) Five years of Android. What has it meant to the mobile device market? Do you remember your first experience with Android? This week Attack of the Androids looks back at how far Android has gone as well as share some favorite Android memories.
Our John C. Dvorak checked out a Microsoft Store recently. And It was creepy. Here’s why.
The NSA strategy to overcome all cryptographic barriers is working. Where have those billions gone? The war against democracy rages.
Our Sandy Berger has the freeware Friday pick this week — it’s Belarc Advisor Free PC Audit. Use it to get a complete record of your system’s hardware and software, critical in a crash, reboot or reinstall. Here’s where to get it and how to use it.
Our award-winning Ted Rall dissects Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s ultra-conservative views in light of the fact that he is among the few progressive voices against NSA e-surveillance and other foreign policy issues that matter. Where are the liberals on this? Crickets. Meanwhile, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is acting, he says, like the NSA’s head PR […]
Writing a novel — Great American or otherwise? It isn’t as good as the Dragon option, but Windows Speech Recognition built into Windows works great. And it’s free. Here’s our Lamont Wood on how to set it up and use it. Gallery.