Monthly Archives: October 2011

Congress Has Declared War On The Internet

Fascinating and slightly scary read. Read the whole thing. It may come as a surprise to many, but you could see it coming a mile away. Governments love control (as do copyright holders). So it only stands to reason that … Continue reading

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Apple TV (again)

I said this awhile back. The iPad is essentially a TV. I didn’t go into as much detail then, then again I didn’t have all of the details. What John Gruber is saying makes sense, but I’m just not sure … Continue reading

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iPhone 4S Battery Life

This is the one consistent complaint that I’ve heard about the iPhone 4S. I don’t have this problem, because I use my iPhone as a GPS often (so it is plugged in and charging) or am on my computer, so … Continue reading

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This is worrisome…

I have stopped using WordPress.com to host my blog. Read more by me at Atomic Trevor. Some people compiled a list of the top ten countries to start a business in. Although I disagree with some of their conclusions, they … Continue reading

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One Trillion Dollar Spending Cuts

I have stopped using WordPress.com to host my blog. Read more by me at Atomic Trevor. The WSJ has an article about Ron Paul’s idea for spending cuts [subscription needed]: One Trillion Dollars. With a ‘T’. Clearly, Ron Paul isn’t … Continue reading

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The Apple Epiphany

I have stopped using WordPress.com to host my blog. Read more by me at Atomic Trevor. Early last week, immediately after the iPhone 4S release, I wrote this post. In it, I wrote about what I thought the next, next … Continue reading

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Hello Everyone

I have stopped using WordPress.com to host my blog. Read more by me at Atomic Trevor. Hello all of you new visitors! Couple of things that I’ve learned after having been linked to by John Gruber. 1. A lot of … Continue reading

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