Tag Archive: Amp

Sep 17 2013

Chattanooga’s EPB is the Nations Fastest ISP and Most Affordable

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As a customer EPB, and a resident of Chattanooga, I was ecstatic to hear that EPB was drastically reducing the overall cost of the gigabit service to their customer base. EPB announced that it was cutting its gigabit Internet service from $300 month to under $70 a month; cheaper than what is being offered by …

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Jun 12 2013

How much do you trust the cloud now?

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Over the past couple of years, there’s been huge push to using the cloud to collaborate on projects and to store personal data and do all kinds of activities, but with the recent revelations that a been in the news about the NSA surveilling people online. The major companies that have been reported as participating …

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Mar 06 2013

Voice Recognition Software Can Make You More Productive

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Voice recognition is here to stay and it’s only going to get better. The days of entering data in to a computer with a keyboard are quickly coming to an end. The infiltration of voice recognition in to just about everything is upon us.

Jan 25 2012

My 6 Fun things to hate over at Facebook

Facebook is the most recognizable websites of the Internet and it boasts the largest number of members, at 800,000+ that’s a pretty good number. Last year Facebook made some changes, they were not so good, so Facebook changed them again. And over the years Facebook has become one of those things I tolerate because everyone …

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Jan 18 2012

The SOPA Blackout…

On January 18th, if you went to search something on Google you saw something interesting a black mark over where the word Google [logo] used to be. This is the way Google decided to protest the legislation that’s being proposed… The link on the bottom urges people to contact their congressman and to NOT censor …

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Nov 25 2011

2012: Windows Live Writer Top 10 Plug-ins – Most Useful

Windows Live Writer is a fantastic offline blogging tool with a WYSIWYG editor. It interfaces with just about any blog service [Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad, WordPress, etc.] If you’re a blogger you’ll find this tool incredibly helpful- and it’s refreshingly free from Microsoft. A large number of bloggers use Windows and use Windows Live Writer to …

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Apr 08 2011

When Window Updates Fail w/Error Code 8007371C

When my Windows Vista system failed to update to Internet Explorer 9 I got an error code; error 8007371C. I have no idea what this means and the Microsoft Windows support site is completely worthless. My system will no longer update any more patches. This is a testament to things I have tried and things …

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Mar 04 2011

Android: Handcent SMS Texting Replacement

If your still texting using the basic, standard, texting application that comes with Android you’re really missing out.  Handcent is listed as one of the most, top 10 applications, for Android and simply by downloading and using it once, you’ll see why. Handcent extends the functionality Exceeded sending texts. It makes the process of sending …

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Jan 13 2011

AT&T loses exclusivity to the iPhone, so it lies about being 4G

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In a move that can only be described as ‘dickish’ AT&T has started running advertisements about their network is going to be 4G. this is nothing more than a ploy to try to soothe current iPhone users over concerns of network performance with the iPhone. The simple fact is that AT&T does not have a …

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Dec 31 2010

The Rage: The Battle Over Who Controls The Internet

The ongoing battle of Net Neutrality is such a big issue and it seems to be getting only attention from the day to day idiots. The issues that are facing the Internet, and the results, could wind up making the Internet a ubiquitous commodity like copper. Make no doubt, the race is on to market …

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