The Human and Technology Interface

One of the things that I find most interesting about where the technology industry will go in the next 10-20 years is how people interface with technology. Whether it’s tablets, wearable computers, etc., we’ve really accelerated the innovation in the last few years and I can’t wait to see how we interact with information and…

Should I Get Apple TV & Kill My Cable?

Kevin Rose’s blog post about the latest Apple TV rumours had me asking if I’d buy it for $99. I’m sure the iOS platform, apps, sharing, etc., are interesting, but would it really make sense to add that to my home entertainment mix. I guess, for $99 you might as well give it a go…

One Step Closer to the Cloud with SugarSync

My transition to the cloud and being completely mobile for work and my digital life took a huge step forward when I signed up for SugarSync a few weeks ago. SugarSync is one of many cloud data storage and sync services that enables you to back up, sync, access and share your data over the internet.

What this means for me and the majority of its users is that you can upload the files on your computer(s) to their servers and the service keeps those files updated when you make changes locally on the computer you’re using. You can access all of your files from any computer that you own, assuming you download SugarSync’s software, or via a web browser.