Tag Archives: Chromebook

The Joys of USB-C

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A couple of weeks ago I received my freshly minted OnePlus 2 phone. I won an invite because of the efforts of our internship program. They are building software for an exhibit to open June 2016 at the St. Louis Science Center. You can see a video about this project here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fai3SzTIYn4). The OP2 sports […]


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At the beginning of 2013, I was thrilled to receive the new Google designed Pixel. It was, and still is, a pleasure to use. I have written about it many times the last two years with very little negative to say about it. Many harped on its few weaknesses, primarily battery life and getting a […]

Europe on a Chromebook


Much has been and will continue to be made of the viability of Chromebooks as a primary computing device. Microsoft launches direct attacks, inadvertently validating the platform. I see posts often lamenting the lack of gaming support. I judge computing devices by how well the device enables me to do what I need to. It […]