Author: eric.vandamme

Smart Home, Its Time For Business

COVID19 made my investment in smart home technology more understandable (but ironically, still unnecessary since I live alone). But the largest advantage to be had is reducing high traffic touch points in the home. We touch so much everyday without realizing it. And those same things are shared with others. But first, let’s talk about…
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Working from home

Technologies for COVID19

These will be trying times as we isolate ourselves from the office, and also person to person contact we all are accustom too. But the good news is technology can help reduce your risk and bridge the gaps of simply working at the kitchen table. This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive and it might…
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Cutting the cord, again.

When cord cutting first began, it was mostly thanks to Netflix. It was one source for commercial-free, on-demand media that could replace the traditional cable or satellite bill for a reasonable monthly cost. This changed when everyone wanted to get into the market. There’s Crave, Amazon, and the upcoming Disney network and Apple services. These…
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Why I Am Moving Away From Social Media

Lately, with all the issues around what happens to your demographic information when posting online, I have decided to begin moving content I create to a new platform. But what free platform can you use to post to friends and family? I am in the lucky position of being able to host my own server…
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Tracking devices in the home

I received a Google Home for Christmas last year, and after checking to see if some rumours are true, such as it is always recording and sending data to Google which seems to be very false, I decided to buy one for each room in my house. It seemed like it might be a good…
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