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 […]

For the Love of Free: Web Development Tools

If you know me, you know I love free. Since part of my job is doing web development, I thought I would share some of the tools I use that are FREE to everyone interested in website design, development, coding, etc. Obviously, everyone prefers different tools to use, and these […]

For the Love of Free: NAS Edition (Part Two)

It’s amazing what one person can learn in a somewhat short time frame. I know that three weeks ago, I said that I was looking for a NAS solution that had some specific wish list items I wanted. I also know that I said I had selected the amazingly wonderful, […]

For the Love of Free: NAS Edition

If you’ve read any of my blog posts, you’ll know by now that I have a small obsession with FREE. I like free. We get along really well. Sure, I understand that most of the time you are going to get what you pay for, and if you don’t pay […]

For The Love of Free (Ubuntu: Part 2)

I know it’s only been a week since the last post I wrote about Ubuntu, and my journey of discovering its OS genius… for free. ┬áBut as I hinted to, I wanted to take a chance to expand a little and tell you some of the things Ubuntu has the […]