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  • News Roundup: Google Glass and Healthcare

    A roundup of articles covering the intersection of Google Glass and Healthcare topics… Five Potential Healthcare Applications for Google Glass — http://thehealthcareblog.com/blog/2013/07/17/five-potential-healthcare-applications-for-google-glass/ Inside The Operating Room With Google Glass — http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnnosta/2013/06/21/google-glass-in-the-operating-room/ “OK GLASS:..TEACH ME MEDICINE!” — http://rgrosssz.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/ok-glass-teach-me-medicine/ TEDxDirigo – Rafael Grossmann – iPod Teletrauma: the $229 130 million sq. ft. Trauma Room — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9QW5jhuPKI&feature=youtube_gdata_player#mHealth

  • Sad Keanu is a 49ers Fan

    Sad Keanu is a 49ers Fan

    Who knew that Keanu Reeves was a San Francisco 49ers fan? Not me, at least not until I saw him looking so forlorn and sad on the 49ers bench after the BALTIMORE RAVENS won Super Bowl 47!

  • E3 Highlights

    Along with @norrismarkw, I joined 46,800 video game industry professionals, investor analysts, and retailers at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the annual video game conference and show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Items generating buzz at this year’s E3 were Nintendo’s Wii U next generation console, PlayStation’s PSVita next generation handheld, and Microsoft’s Live […]

  • LA Agile Cafe: All Your Agile Questions Answered!

    Last week I attended a half-day Agile Cafe event sponsored by Shopzilla and Rally. Paul Wynia from Irdeto and Rony Sawdayi from Shopzilla both provided some insights to their Agile deployments. Paul, Rony and Mik Quinlan from Shopzilla then had an open panel discussion covering topics from the crowd. Finally, John Martin from Rally wrapped […]

  • Google Chrome Cr-48 Notebook Unboxing

    Google Chrome Cr-48 Notebook Unboxing

    The following are my first impressions and a short gallery showing the Chrome Cr-48 notebook being unboxed after receiving it earlier this year as an early birthday gift from Google. Honestly, it arrived the week before my birthday. However, I doubt Google understood the significance when sending me the pilot notebook to test out and […]

  • Happy Birthday to Me, Episode 32

    So, this time last year I set a couple goals for myself for the year and now its time to go back and see how I did as well as set some more goals for this coming year. 1) Be the best father, husband & friend I can be.Well, I have to say that while […]

  • Reblog – Highlights of CES 2011

    I’m reblogging my post from an internal NBCU site here on our website for posterity sake. The 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) just wrapped in chilly Las Vegas and two topics are worth noting: 3D & tablets. On top of those two major highlights you’ll see different form factors, different operating systems, different user […]

  • Reblog – Microsoft Keynote: Quick Impressions

    I’m reblogging my post over on the NBCU at CES site here on our website for posterity sake. After sitting through the Microsoft keynote, I can say for certain that they have some great things ahead in 2011 including a tablet & laptop device that I might mediately order tonight. Steve Ballmer focused the crowd […]

  • CES 2011: Tablets, A New Era of Mobile Computing

    My last session of the weekend was the “Tables: A New Era of Mobile Computing” from Ben Bajarin (Director Consumer Technology, Creative Strategies). Ben had done some research and was essentially reporting his market view of tablets and things to focus on to be successful. Ben is estimating 46-48 million tablet sales in 2011 and […]

  • CES 2011: Gadgets Everywhere and the Role of Wireless

    The last panel session that I sat through on Friday (my brain sponge was absorbent, but damn today was a lot) was one titled “Consumer 360 – Gadgets Everywhere and the Role of Wireless” and moderated by Rajeev Chand (Managing Director and Senior Equity Research Analyst, Wireless, Rutberg & Company). The panelists included Anand Chandrasekher […]

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