A couple of friends like to show their progress when we’re all meeting up by sending a Glympse, a live map that shows their location, minute by minute. Cool, but I want to do better and have it also show how long until I arrive. Can Glympse do that?
January begins the same way, year after year. For over a decade, I’ve had the opportunity to travel with the Ask Dave Taylor team to CES, the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Some assume I attend for the parties and although that is true, it’s so much more than that. It’s my time to dive deep into the latest technology trends, reconnect with some old friends and get to know potential clients. I’ve been fortunate to spend time with some of the smartest people in our industry at CES, debating the future of the latest trends, while reviewing some of the coolest gizmos and gadgets that have come to market. Every year brings new challenges, new opportunities and stories to tell. This year was no different.
I watch a lot of YouTube training videos while on the road, and sometimes they look great, but other times they’re horribly out of focus. How can I fix the resolution so that I only see high def (HD) YouTube videos?
My friends always seem to have accurate feelings associated with their Facebook status updates, but I find the entire feelings/actions area baffling. Is there some easy way to work with them on my computer?