Episode 08: What the Heck is a Pangolin?

In the news, Yahoo taps Google exec Marissa Mayer to be CEO and the Dark Knight is all set to rise. Pedro looks at Online Influence in a Tech Term of the Week and J.D. helps us create hard-to-crack passwords. http://media.blubrry.com/poptechjam/p/www.poptechjam.com/EPISODES/PTJ_ep08.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More … Continue reading Episode 08: What the Heck is a Pangolin?

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(Hopefully) Helpful Hint: Creating Hard-to-Crack Passwords

Thievery and hacking never go away, and tech nerds like us always advise coming up with “strong,” hard-to-guess password for your computer or other accounts. But many people don’t exactly know what exactly constitutes a strong password. Fortunately, you can get some password-creation advice on your computer — right there in the control panel where you … Continue reading (Hopefully) Helpful Hint: Creating Hard-to-Crack Passwords

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Episode 08 News: Dolphins and Sea Lions and Penguins, Oh My!

Yahoo is busting a move and has nabbed Marissa Mayer, an engineer and one of the earliest employees at Google, to be the company’s new chief executive. Yahoo has had a rough time of it in the CEO department the past year, so here’s hoping Mayer gets the ship back on course. (Maybe give Flickr … Continue reading Episode 08 News: Dolphins and Sea Lions and Penguins, Oh My!

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Episode 07: Platforms and the Chunkiest Tech News Around

This week futurist, polymath, technology expert, and author Phil Simon visits Pop Tech Jam. In the news segment J.D. and Pedro crank up the rumor mill, Microsoft gets into the touch screen business get set to release the latest version of their OS. Also in the news Google gets a smackdown from the U.S. government, … Continue reading Episode 07: Platforms and the Chunkiest Tech News Around

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Tech Term of the Week: Cramming

Let me be perfectly clear from the outset, I am not condoning illegal activity nor am I suggesting that those folks who make a parasitic living by cheating hardworking people out of their money should be admired or presented as role models in any way. Furthermore, I am certainly not looking to be controversial with … Continue reading Tech Term of the Week: Cramming

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Some Tips For Improving the Audio Quality of Your Home Video

Do you want a surefire way alienate the audience for your film or video project? Show them your finished work with sub-par audio.  As a rule, audiences seem to be more annoyed by poor sound quality than by bad video. It isn’t just professional work I’m talking about, try sitting through a 2 hour family vacation … Continue reading Some Tips For Improving the Audio Quality of Your Home Video

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iPad Keyboards: Dance With The One That Brung Ya

I guess it was inevitable but it still came as a shock. Not long ago I realized that I spend significantly more time on my tablet devices than I do on laptops or PCs. In fact, there are some days I don’t use keyboard and mouse driven devices at all. My iPad has become my … Continue reading iPad Keyboards: Dance With The One That Brung Ya

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