• Tech History – September/October 2003

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    Napster is Back iTunes For Windows Is Here!   September – Apple Corps. – The Beatles’ company has sued Apple computer again – because the company is more involved with music – something they’re not really supposed to do after they were sued back in the 1980’s. But guess what? Apple now has iTunes – […]

  • Problem Steps Recorder: Tech Support’s Greatest Buddy

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    “What were you trying to do exactly?” is probably one of those things we want to say to whoever is behind that phone call but they said it again and again “there’s this thing and I clicked, Ok and then… “. This doesn’t help, and rebooting his PC didn’t work. Too bad. Well, Great thing […]

  • What happens to Windows 7 after October 31, 2014?

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    Microsoft today announced that PC manufacturers will get No licenses after October 31, 2014 for Windows 7 Home Basic, Home Premium and Ultimate. OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) may maintain their existing stock of these OS versions and still sell it, but then it ended. In the stores Windows 7 can not be found since last […]

  • Tips of Writing Online or Anywhere

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    This is an article on helping writers of posts and future articles here on GeekBrainDump.com.  Lately the submissions have slumped, why?  We do not know.  But we do know many of us love to talk and write and some of us do not proofread our work before submitting.  I, myself am very guilty of doing […]

  • Business with Mental Illnesses/Diseases

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    An employee with any type of mental disorder will typically not have their disorder affect the job while employed. However, it is illegal to discriminate and deny an applicant a job for their disability, there are ways around hiring one such, but you will eventually have to hire an employee with such disorder to be […]

  • The GeekBrainDump Theory of Lacking Posts

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    GeekBrainDump, a site where technical personals, also know as  ‘geeks’, share personal lessons in the real-world. However, it seems the creator of this site, known as Eli The Computer Guy™ as well as Eli Etherton, is disappointed in lacking of fresh posts on the site. So I put together an anonymous team to research why the […]

  • Why do developer love reading books?

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    I want to ask you that how much you all read books or how many of you like to read a technical book? May be some couple guys only like reading a book as a reference of their work or project. But I really want to tell to something important about some good developers. “It […]

  • Apple watch will not have a great success in Europe (Belgium)

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    Even before Apple latest watch will be on the Belgian market available, new laws are already imposed that while driving a car you will not be allowed to wear the Apple watch. They are assuming that you can do telephone calls and text messages, etc…. And in Belgium, it is forbidden to use any device […]

  • Tech History – September/October 2000

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    Bluetooth Comes To Mobile Phones  Internet Content Sold To Network TV – First Time    September – A federal judge rules that mp3.com violated music copyrights and awards Universal Music Group at least $117 million in damages. It’s the largest copyright award ever… Now available – The Nomad Juke MP-3 player. This small portable features a […]

  • Business Management – Dealing with the busy times

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    This is another installment of my Business Management posts, geared towards those of us who are business owners and/or consultants. As you all know, I own a business that provides 3rd party IT support services to clients. As such, I’m responsible for service levels, staffing, new deployment scheduling, etc etc etc. This means I’m also […]

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