Augusta Tek

Something Old, Something New

Something Old, Something New

Something Old — On April 8, 2014, Microsoft officially ends support for its venerable flagship operating system, Windows XP, and productivity package, Office 2003. To many, this software still defines desktop computing and provides a comforting and reliable platform to perform daily tasks. In retrospect, though, Windows XP’s days were always numbered. The first iPod […]

That’s No Moon Pie

That’s No Moon Pie

Freshly off our celebration of PI day, and as we come to the end of PI month, I hope that you’ve taken the opportunity to ponder over PI. PI is a magical quantity, and its importance cannot be understated. We would be remiss, however, if we didn’t recognize that PI has its flaws. First of […]

Caught in a Mesh

Caught in a Mesh

This week I thought that I was going to introduce an amazing overlooked piece of technology. I was so proud that I was able to weed it out from all the fluff — that my contribution for once was going to be compelling and relevant! I imagined all my devoted fans overwhelming Twitter with compliments […]