Articles by Max Resnick

  1. 6 Things I Love About the Nexus 4

    No Carrier Subsidies

    Americans have grown to love their phones being subsidized by the carrier. In return we sign contracts and pay way more for the phone and service than it's worth. Then as the phone gets older, we rinse and repeat without thinking.
    The Nexus 4 is free of …

  2. Review of T-Mobile Pre-Paid 4G Monthly Service

    When I was 16 or 17 years old I walked into a mall, marched into a Sprint store and signed myself up for a cell phone contract. At the time I was more concerned with being cool than I was worried about the financial commitment that I just made. I …

  3. Can I get a freak'n product?

    Last night I was looking at Rdio.com as a potential streaming service for music. Most of the time I end up using my tablet at work because my computer there seems to really dislike streaming music. I'd need to purchase the nearly a \$10/Mon subscription to be able …

  4. Working with Drupal as a Technial Project Manager

    About 7 months ago, I started working with the open source project Drupal as a technical project manager, and it's been a trial by fire experience. My first three projects weren't the typical content management system builds, they were complex web applications that happened to use the Drupal content framework …

  5. Defects That Make Me Angry....

    As someone who works in software development, I fully understand the ramifications of bugs and defects.  I've a bunch of pre-release software:

      - Cynaogenmod Alpha software on my HP TouchPad

      - Ice Cream Sandwich from Bigxie on my Nexus S 4G

    So recently Google released "Chrome Beta" for Ice …

  6. How to Remove a Windows 7 Mapped Drive

    I haven't written on here in over a year... I've managed to keep wordpress up to date, so go me!!! By no means do I want to make this a "how to site."

    I recently found a quirk with mapped drives, if you've lost connection to it, it's rather difficult …
  7. Six Reasons to Like Windows Phone 7

    In early December, went to my first .NET user group meeting, while I am not a programmer and we certainly don't use .NET at my day job, it was still an interesting experience. There are some instances where we do actually use .NET Framework but it's rare. The topic for …

  8. First Days with a Google Cr-48...

    So, if you happened to notice a few of my Tweets last Wednesday (Dec 29 2010) you would have seen that I received a Cr-48...

    I had just arrived back from visiting my parents in Chicago, and as I walked down the hallway I noticed a package sitting at my …

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