Month: January 2014

January 27, 2014

Yesterday was the third and final day of the Bay Area She’s Geeky “Unconference”, an event that provides women of all ages with the chance to build a conference experience about what matters to them. The format for the three-day event is based on the concepts of Open Space Technology, which emphasizes the importance of […]

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January 22, 2014

I have been hemming and hawing about getting a mechanical switch keyboard for months (almost a year) and was thrilled to death to be the proud recipient of a CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid keyboard for Christmas. It has Cherry MX switches and the difference it has made in my typing ability is remarkable, for […]

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January 14, 2014

Going back to why error messages are important, I had my first experience with Boot Camp today on my MBP. I copied a Windows 8.1 USB .iso over to a large flash drive from my Windows PC, copied from that drive to my desktop on my MacBook, and went about launching Boot Camp assistant to get set up. OS X warned me […]

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