Why Windows 8's usage share is so low, and why it's really not that bad
It's been a little over a year and a half since Windows 8 hit general availability, but according to the number crunchers at Net Applications the operating system's usage share is at 12.5 percent, while its older ... But if you're using your PC to do ...
Talk about Travel: The beach issue
When you drive, you leave your seatbelt on. Why are you allowed to take it off after takeoff? Seems like a no brainer to me to leave the belt on. Trying to reconcile the fact that you don't want a large vacation but still want to go outside the country.
This is why all your goals are bad for you
Here are five steps to create goals that encourage you to do more of what you love. 1. Stop thinking about the goal, and start thinking about the process. The things that matter most for success in life is how hard you work at what you want to achieve ...
Why Do People Use Twitter?
Why do you use ... What's its value? What role does it play for me? And, to Allen's point, "Why do I use Twitter, anyway?" I came down to four reasons: 1. Twitter gives me an immediate pulse on news and events, and what people are talking about, often ...
What is a bootloader, and why does Verizon want them locked?
So let’s talk about what a bootloader is, and why Verizon wants to lock yours down. The bootloader is the first thing that starts up when a phone is turned on. At its most basic level, a bootloader is the low-level software on your phone that keeps you ...