Monthly Archives: October 2012

Windows 8

Windows 8 was released earlier this month and if you haven’t upgraded already, you’re probably wondering what it’s like. It’s different. In fact, the very windows that gave the operating system its name have evolved in a major way for the first time since the days of the DOS prompt. Here’s what it looks like: […]

Move the fax machine over, 3D printers are here

Paper is on its way out. For most applications, words on a screen are just as good as or better than words on a piece of paper. The physical presence of paper was never really essential to most of its uses as printed memos and bills and receipts; one could argue that the digitization of […]