DIY, Entertainment, Lifehacks

Your Next-Level Cookout Guide

Cookouts are the best kind of parties – everyone knows that. Even when they’re bad, they’re pretty good. And when they’re good, they’re fantastic, and you go down as a


Business, Tech

How Media Servers Like Coolux and Others Stepped up The Game for Stage Shows

We tend to think of computers and computer servers as things to work on or that handle our email. Of course, computers are used in almost every industry and walk


Gadgets, Tech

Hands On Home Tech At Mall of America In Minneapolis With Best Buy

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. So you’ve been seeing us


Geek, Tech

Live Events Still Trump Video Conferences and Taped Talks

Organizing a live event is difficult and risky. It is difficult because there are an awful lot of moving parts. You have to find a venue that is the right


Gadgets, Geek, Tech

Google vs. Apple, Who Owns Your Screen Time?

Tech giants Google and Apple have been battling hard for their shares of the consumer electronics marketplace. Apple revealed updates to its product lineup at a much-publicized event in early


Geek, Music

How Geeks Can Stay Alive at a Music Festival

If you plans to go to one of America’s major upcoming  music festivals for the first time this year, such as Hipnic 2013 (May 10-12, Big Sur, Calif.) or the Electric