Versus-type articles comparing software, fitness equipment, you name it.
Food Network Canada has failed at its attempt to replicate the American Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives".
While there's no denying that shows revolving around food are among the best programming on television (especially ones that feature unique restaurants), Food Network Canada's "You Gotta Eat Here" is an absolute embarrassment...
By now everybody knows someone who has made the switch to Mac. Are they just pretentious a-holes or do they know something that you do not? I recently purchased my first Mac, a Macbook Pro.
Read on and I'll explain my 10 reasons for choosing a Macbook Pro over a Windows notebook.
From what I can see, it must be pretty slick being royalty. The recent royal wedding in the UK between Prince William and Kate Middleton, and now the pending nuptials in Monaco between prince Albert II and Charlene Wittstock begs the following question:
Yes, he said it. The man who played on the Chicago Bulls winning 6 rings with Jordan said the following during an interview with Mike & Mike In the Morning on ESPN radio Friday.
I have been using both music management tools interchangeably over the last six months. I really enjoy their automatic playlist creation tools. Playlists are something that I have lost the patience for over the years. When I began collecting mp3s I lived and died by the playlist. Since then, I have primarily listened to music in the form of albums, "how it was meant to be listened to" (so I thought). I was probably just being too lazy to create playlists. Smart DJ and Genius have allowed me to get back to the days of the playlist without having to do any of the work.
More and more people are beginning to utilize their PCs for home theater use. With that upward trend comes an increase in media players vying for top spot. There are several options out there besides the default Windows Media Player or Quicktime Player. Today I'm looking at the two most popular.
I was recently introduced to the web based presentation tool “Prezi”. After a couple uses, I felt compelled to share my experiences and thoughts on this fairly unique piece of software. Prezi deserves some recognition, and what better way than to compare it to the king of all presentation resources: Microsoft PowerPoint. As a veteran PowerPoint user, I can immediately tell you that there are some aspects of Prezi that do surpass those of PowerPoint. Are these aspects alone enough to take a stab at the crown Microsoft has held for years?
Internet browsers have gone through quite the revolution. It’s hard to believe that only 20 years have passed since the release of the “WorldWideWeb”, the world’s first internet browser. Since then, we’ve seen the rise and fall of many different browsers. From Mosaic to Chrome, Netscape, Firefox, Opera, Safari, and even the dreaded Internet Explorer, I can assure everyone that there has been both good and bad times throughout the progression of internet browsing.