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postheadericon What have you done for me lately? Perlmutter supporters have no answers to support their candidate

With Colorado’s redrawn congressional districts, voters are now becoming familiar with their new representatives and the candidates seeking to replace them.  Congressman Ed Perlmutter is up for reelection in CD7 but even his supporters are struggling to explain what he has done for them. For the past decade this moderate area of the Denver metro […]

postheadericon Tony’s Rants to ‘go dark’ on January 18 to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA)

Dueling bills backed by President Barack Obama, Senator Harry Reid and others would lead to Internet censorship at the whim of the entertainment industry, the government and judges.  To protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA), Tony’s Rants will join thousands of other websites and ‘go dark’ on January 18. […]

postheadericon Steve Jobs dies. What about Danny Chen, Billy Siercks, Caleb Nelson and 6,206 others?

The tech world and Apple Computer fanboys are in morning following the death of Steve Jobs.  While social networks and news sites are plastered with news of his death, thousands of others who died serving a much higher cause go unnoticed. There is no doubt that Jobs contributed greatly to the advancement of computing technology […]

postheadericon Adco Assessor charged for failing to report gifts

Adams County Assessor Gil Reyes was criminally charged this past week for accepting gifts as an elected official and failing to report them.  While the current charge is relatively minimal, Reyes becomes the first member of the Adams Family to be brought before the courts to answer for his purported misdeeds. Reyes accepted tickets to […]

postheadericon ‘Hope and Change’ Sticky Note Campaign takes flight

Social media can be a powerful tool as can various forms of guerilla marketing.  A new campaign which is both extraordinarily simple and amazingly brilliant seeks to focus the masses attention on the dire straits our nation is in by simply asking “How’s that hope and change working out for you?” with sticky notes. The […]

postheadericon Tech Support in the Dark Ages

A video on YouTube that came my way via email.  Anyone who has to help folks with computers will appreciate this.

postheadericon Google Opens Gmail Beta To More Site Visitors

Want 1 GB of free email storage?  Check out Google's GMail – their web based email.  It has been in beta for a year now and previously the only way you could get in on it was by invitation.  Starting today, Goggle will be adding random links on their homepage inviting people to join.  If […]

postheadericon Warning – Latest Worm

Yet another worm is rapidly spreading – read about it here.

postheadericon Tech Support Prices

For those of you that may want to ask me computer questions.

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