Articles categorized as "software"
Auctioneer competitions should use electronic tabulation for speed and foreign judges for objectivity. Continue reading
My friend and fellow auctioneer Don Hamit pointed out to me at the KAA auctioneer contest yesterday that the recently-released Chrome doesn’t work with the recently-funded real-time Internet bidding platform Proxibid. I was able to get the Proxibid Bidder App … Continue reading
The tubes are full of baddies. It’s not enough anyomore to simply install an antivirus package and pay your yearly virus tax. Antivirus is becoming outdated. Granted, it’s still a requirement for all but the most elite computer users, but … Continue reading
Apple today released new versions of their iTunes software as well as updated versions of iPods. This release was hardly surprising and, as predicted, there wasn’t anything unexpected or widely diverging from the rumors that had been floating around the … Continue reading
Google today, seemingly confident enough about their new browser, posted a link on their homepage for the download. While a significant percentage of the news I read over the course of the last week involved Chrome and the browser wars, … Continue reading