Monthly Archives: October 2010

Multiple keyboards – 2nd keyboard for macros

At work we do a lot of data matching in excel, and the process isn’t really standardized, so we have lots of various keystrokes and subtext menus involved to get the data we need, and the series of keystrokes changes … Continue reading

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Computational Manufacturing

This is by far and away the coolest piece of technology I’ve seen all year. And it’s applicable to real world solutions. Doubly so, since I seem to be working more with manufacturing these days. Apparently, from what I can … Continue reading

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Google TV

Lo and behold, less than a week after my buddies and I are discussing Boxee and the alternatives, and having my heart set on the equally capable (and much cheaper) Roku box, Google has to go and announce their own … Continue reading

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Second Generation Web TV devices

I call them second generation. The first gen TV devices were the current “7th generation” consoles – the PS3, the Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii – they had web browsers, voice chat, and most importantly, streaming Netflix capability. They were … Continue reading

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