did you know?

Tuesday, March 24, 2009, 9:32 am

did you know that prior to owning this blogging empire i was very poor and at one time almost died from common influenza?  the world moves faster than you can blink.  where would you be in 2010?  what will you do?  if you’re just a grain of sand on the beach of information?

zumodrive jumps into the cloud fight

Wednesday, February 25, 2009, 9:05 pm


in the beginning there was the cloud.  then the cloud evaporated and a new cloud formed above it.  and the new cloud is..  *drum rolls* zumodrive!!

the idea is the same, super awesome cloud storage accessible from anywhere, regardless of device or storage space.  in simple terms, your 16gb netbook could tap into a mammoth of a 250gb file stash, and your 8gb pda or smartphone could stream 500gb of videos.

it’s all free up to 1gb (the other cloud offered 2gb free) and monthly subscriptions start at $2.99.  see how it all works after the jump.

update: apparently dropbox syncs, zumo doesn’t.  while zumo allows you to free your local harddrive and stream from your online storage, with slow internet connections this is an overkill.  so i’m sticking with dropbox since it allows me to have offline copies of all my files and only sync the incremental differences between my other computers and devices.

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2gb cloud, anyone?

Tuesday, February 3, 2009, 4:28 pm


i’m tasting a slice of cloud data storage with dropbox now.  this is a good example of a new technology executed well and simple in a very easy and straightforward fashion.  first you download the app.  then on your first launch you will be asked to open a new account.  and then.. that’s it!  your own personal cloud storage, all 2gb of it, free.  you can drag and drop files and folders like it was on your own computer.  if you need more space they offer 50gb at $9.99/mo but i’m just gonna play around with my 2gb until i get comfortable.

what i like the most about dropbox besides the intuitive user interface (and web interface) is the team — comprised of mixed individuals from all walks of life.  this gives me that warm and fuzzy feeling that my data stored with them will be safe.

free energy from saltwater

Monday, September 3, 2007, 9:12 am

in search for a cure for cancer, a retired tv station owner discovered instead a potential free energy source, saltwater. using radio waves he heats saltwater and ‘burns’ it into flames at 300 degrees fahrenheit. his invention could run a small engine and he hopes that one day it could fuel cars.

this is great news for the world, but i bet my ass the oil companies will hit him up with all they got. so i hope the government would fund his further research and ‘protect’ him because free energy could be the end to one of the world’s biggest problems today.

Logitech Kewlness

Wednesday, May 3, 2006, 2:54 pm

I don’t video chat cuz my connection is crap but this makes me wanna move to a foreign country where the pipes are wider and people can see each other’s facial expression from miles apart.