Become your own boss. Set your own hours. Do what you really want to do. All of those are the perks of starting your own business.
Entrepreneurs, the really successful ones anyway, are the latest American folk heroes.
One hard drive crash was enough for me. And between various backups that I thought were complete, I've lost too many documents for my comfort. So a few months ago I finally did some research into some online backup services. The thing is that as important as having a backup is, I don't have a lot of actual space that needs to be saved, and if I don't have to pay for something, I don't intend to.
The 2011 Consumer Electronics Association exhibition ran last week, and happy technophiles are still ogling the latest innovations as news of shiny new products infiltrate the web.
Among the showstoppers at the exhibition: 3D technology, in more forms than ever before and promoted with even more enthusiasm by technology bigwigs.
In this extraordinarily occasional blog series, we'll throw out news, ideas, and happenings in technology that we think are worth reading. This week: using technology to make your life easier.
From the grit and grime of a high school auto shop, one group of students from West Philadelphia is challenging the expectations of a generation.
I just got an iPod touch, but the screen is weird… it's a little brighter at the top than anywhere else. Crud. How can I make this situation more fun…
Quick! Word association…