Eli the Computer Guy – HOTTIE and Tech Guru

Eli the Computer guy is a great online resource for learning about technology. He does a regular talk show called the “Daily Blob” and has probably talked about most any topic you’d be interested in – assuming you’re a geek like I am. One side benefit is that he’s a total bear and it’s fun
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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation – Active July 1, 2014

Here’s a good general overview of Canada’s new Anti-Spam legislation that’s coming into force on July 1st, 2014. Some good information for B2B Marketers. Generally, sending email can be risky for a business. It will take a while for the law to be more “established” and businesses to get familiar with it. Also, beware that
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NSA Spying via Angry Birds, Google Maps and others…

More Privacy-Related Stuff: The NSA and its British counterpart are tapping popular smartphone apps such as Angry Birds to peek into the tremendous amounts of very personal data those bits of software collect — including age, location, sex and even sexual preferences, according to new reports from the New York Times and The Guardian.  
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2014 is going to be an interesting year in I.T.

2014 is going to be an interesting year. Anyone who knows me has heard me rant on the many issues with privacy in I.T. “Cloud this” or “Patriot Act that” often punctuate my discussions with non-I.T. muggles about the situation involving some technology that they have either adopted, or are thinking of adopting. Beginning (in
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The Giant World-Ending Problem with Cloud

The Giant World-Ending Problem with Cloud We’ve certainly entered a very exciting time. One that has never been seen before – a time of such accelerated technological advances, that we can barely keep up with them. With technology growing so quickly, I believe that it’s far outpacing the social change that I think must grow
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