Crowdfunding: Out of Control or Just Getting Started?

By now, if you visit social media sites, I’m sure you have heard of “Crowdfunding”. It isn’t a new concept, and in fact, it has been around for some time now. According to our friends over at Wikipedia (hey guys!), Crowdfunding derives from Crowdsourcing and was first utilized way back […]

My Password is My Life Coach

An individual’s password can provide insight into certain aspects of their life, especially since most individuals don’t end up using things such as “G%4F271gv3!” and “CfRdWe156#” for their daily passwords to their computers, email, or favorite social site. Why? Because you can’t remember them, and heck, you don’t want to. […]

What’s All This ARM Stuff Going On?

First let me just say ”I love my Intel Core i7 gaming CPU”, and I couldn’t get anything done at work without my Intel-based Macbook Pro laptop. So, with that said, where is all of this buzz coming from with ARM processors lately? I can understand a low power chip […]

For the Love of Free: San Diego Edition

Have you ever traveled to San Diego? Do you even know what San Diego is all about? For this week’s blog post I decided to escape the hum-drum world of technology and work a little local love in to the mix instead. If it isn’t evident in your hometowns yet, […]

For the Love of Free: Online Games

Sometimes, having to write a blog can be tough because of the research and time it takes to make sure you aren’t throwing a bunch of fudd out on the Internet. However, there are definitely exceptions to the rule and this is one of those. I had to look around […]

Tech Gifts for Father’s Day

You’d be surprised at how many bloggers write about Father’s Day Tech Gift ideas. Just Google it… it would LITERALLY surprise you. So why would I be writing about something that is “played out” already? Because the high-tech gift ideas I see are something that my Dad could care less […]

Getting to Good Enough with Homebrew Tools

Being a small company, we’re constantly looking for ways to save money in capital expenditures (sure, people cost money too, but the culture we’ve created here at Cirrascale means people work hard and go above and beyond…so labor costs for internal projects are often absorbed pretty easily).  For immediate, high-priority […]