Monthly Archives: June 2012

The most important home theater component: the receiver.

After seeing countless people get frustrated with their home theater, I have come to the conclusion that having an easy way to switch between sources is THE fundamental aspect of a “good” home theater. It used to be simple: you … Continue reading

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Now more than ever: wireless only if necessary

I have been warning clients about this for years. I stumbled upon this video that explains it well: http://penny-arcade.com/patv/episode/spectrum-crunch It comes from a gaming perspective, but it also touches on issues that affect us all, especially in the first half … Continue reading

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Have a Mac? Not on Lion yet? It’s time.

The Flashback malware had a heyday on older Snow Leopard machines, and this article from April really puts things into perspective. http://www.zdnet.com/blog/bott/flashback-malware-exposes-big-gaps-in-apple-security-response/4904?pg=2 Not only is the old adage “Macs don’t get viruses” rubbish, but the days of buying a Mac … Continue reading

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