Back in 2007, I founded groovyPost with the goal of providing the best technology resource on the net for both new and advanced computer users. I wanted the site to have the best content yet remain easy to navigate, clean of distractions, and of course…. free. Six years and 4000+ published articles later, groovyPost has […]
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This is the week the Internet’s longest running rumor came true! Suddenly we have cloud developments on all sides! Check it all out in this week’s wrap.
Leaked screenshots, roaring rumors, in depth reviews… this week had it all. Check out our weekly wrap of all the groovy goodness.
Join me as I review the best groovyPosts from the week and don’t forget to tell us your favorite articles and what you want to see more of.
An in-depth iPad review and lots of handy Windows how-to advice. It is the weekly wrap, and time to get started.
If you’re a regular reader of groovyPost, you probably noticed a new site design. We still have all of our great tech News, Reviews, How Tos and Tips. The site has a cleaner look and feel and is easier to navigate. Let me know what you think.
It’s been a whirl wind of activity this week at groovyPost! It’s been our best week of all time from a traffic standpoint. So with that, on behalf of all us on the groovyCrew – Thank you! For those of you who might have missed some of the groove this week – Here’s some of […]
Beginning with my very first post back in February 2007, my mission has always been to provide clear and easy to find answers. 4 Years and over 1,000 answers later, thank to our amazing groovyReaders, groovyPost is still going strong with a thriving and growing community. Over the years however, I’ve received countless emails from readers […]
Over the past few months I’ve been fairly quiet about the last several updates from Google. If you’ve not been keeping up, back in April Google released a fairly large update to their search algorithm where, among other things, they started applying feedback from consumers into their search results. Overall it was good news for […]
At the time I had my FIOS installed, they only had FIOS Internet and FIOS Phone Service. No Cable. Last week after 10 months of waiting, Verizon FIOS Cable was finally available so I had it installed. The cutover from Comcast was fairly straight forward. My Series 2 Tivo was replaced with a Motorola QIP6416-2 […]
Ubuntu is like that strip mall that they put up near your old high school that you only drive past once every Thanksgiving. Maybe you’ve never pulled in and patronized it, but each time you see it, you notice something new: “Oh wow, they’ve got a Culver’s now.” For me, that attitude towards Ubuntu has […]
This past week we held our very first groovy giveaway. We had a total of 5 Snagit 10 licenses to give out, courtesy of Techsmith, the developers of Snagit! During the week of the giveaway we received some great comments and even a video so it’s now my pleasure to announce the winners! The top […]
You know those t-shirts that old people wear that say, “Ask me about my grandkids“? Well, around here at the groovyPost offices, we wear shirts that say, “Ask me about my screen capture software.” Just kidding, actually—we don’t have an office, nor do we have those hypothetical, yet potentially awesome shirts. But we do love […]
Another week, another set of groovy tech tutorials and news! We’ve talked about a lot, and below we’ll look at the “best of” our entire week. As usual, we’ve also included some techy tidbits of information that we didn’t get to talk about. Who Can You Trust? Facebook vs. Flickr vs. Picasa vs. Windows […]