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This is a follow-up to a post I made on November 29th, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Investing for Beginners. I’m still learning as I go, and I want to share what I’m learning. Before we get started, I want to point out the Disclaimers section below. Please read that. Also, please note that much of what […]
If you haven’t heard of Bitcoin (BTC) by now, you’re one of the rare few. In 2017, its rise in value from just under $1,000 to over $11,000 so far has everybody talking about it. It also has a lot of people asking me questions about how to invest and where, so here’s what I’m […]
“You’re going to delete that, right?” If you’ve ever said that after someone who took a video or photo of you that you’d prefer didn’t leave that camera, you probably felt comfort in watching them delete it in front of you. But what if it wasn’t really gone? I’ve often felt a little paranoid when […]
What happens when you pair up the most buzz-worthy car with the most viral game? You get a giant Pokémon Go car that looks awesome and will help you catch them all. A guy named Jeff, an editor for Pink Java Media enjoys playing Pokémon Go so much that he threw a little caution to […] No related posts.
My wife and I have been mulling over the idea of a new vacuum recently, so I was intrigued when Black+Decker sent out their SMARTECH hand vacuum (model number HHVJ320BMF26) for me to review. What is SMARTECH? Before I get into my own experience with this vacuum, I want to get into what the “SMARTECH” […] No related posts.
In November of 2013, I was pretty excited to hear about a digital credit card that could replace all of my physical cards for fifty bucks. It was an early backer price and seemed a bit high for taking a chance on something new, but my mind couldn’t let go of the idea of it. […] No related posts.
I hate being sick. Sometimes I miss work because of it, but it almost always means I don’t know when I’ll feel better or what to expect. This is largely because I’m horrible at self-diagnosing. As I write this, I find myself at what I’m hoping is the tail end of a bad cold. Show More Summary
Love it or hate it, Facebook brings out the passion in people. People get unfriended and feelings get hurt. There’s no better way to experience it than to post an opinionated political viewpoint. Still, politics are far from the only fuel for these fires. Show More Summary
In a few months, I’ll be taking a tour of NASA’s Space Center in Houston, TX and geeking out over all things space. This is a big deal for me as I’ve always been keen on the idea of space travel and have long yearned to leave Earth’s...Show More Summary
As we enter 2016 and leave 2015 behind, I sat here reflecting on the history of JoeTech.com and what’s to come. A Little History When I first started this blog in 2006, I had a nine year old web development company and we provided hosting...Show More Summary
With all the information we keep on our computers, our USB drives, our email accounts, and all other kinds of digital systems, it’s not rare to easily collect half-a-dozen passwords, or even more, that one needs to remember. Strong passwords are important, of course. Show More Summary
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of AeroLife™ for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. As a fan of technology and innovation, I love seeing products that break out of the norm and do things different. I think about...Show More Summary
At one of the local shopping malls last week, I saw some incredible – and very large – fairy displays the mall had commissioned for the holidays. I imagined this was because the holidays are a magical time and fairies are pretty magical in their own right. Show More Summary
RC Helicopters are cool, but I’ve always thought quad-copters are even cooler. The use of four rotors makes them fast, stable, and easier to manipulate mid-air. Still, I never got around to buying one. Then the Air Hogs Helix X4 Stunt showed up in the mail. Show More Summary
We’ve all heard about the benefits associated with formally embracing a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policy in the workplace: It increases employee productivity, saves on costs, and makes employees happy. However, what too few people are discussing is the possibility of using BYOD to attract the right kind of employees. Show More Summary
This post brought to you by Makism. All opinions are 100% mine. The more I build things with my Arduino and Raspberry Pi, the more I fantasize about getting a 3D printer to build product housings and prototypes. The cost has been aShow More Summary
I get a lot of products to review that promise to be high tech and flashy. Occasionally, I come across something a little more basic but out of the norm. This time, it’s the Boogie Board LCD writing tablet from http://www.improvelectronics.com/. Show More Summary
I’ve always been a little frustrated with macro photography. Rather than spend a lot of money on macro lenses, I’ve often tested the minimum focus range of cameras to see how close I could get to a subject. A few weeks ago, I heard about...Show More Summary
About six months ago the community product development site, Quirky, announced a partnership with GE to make every day products smarter. While I’m still waiting for the milk pitcher that lets me know when my milk has gone bad, a few smarter products just hit store shelves this week, so I thought I’d provide a [...]Show More Summary
Mobile gaming started off with humble beginnings, much like the original video game industry. For awhile, many people were stuck with nothing but Snake, which found its way onto Nokia cellphones for years, starting in 1998, according to CNN. As smartphones took off, and app developers discovered how to get the most out of the [...]Show More Summary