I’ve been reading eWeek on and off for quite a few years now.
They bill themselves as:
Enterprise IT’s trusted source for product information in an actionable context, including expert labs analysis and practical tools for evaluating, acquiring, installing, configuring and maintaining technology products and services.
It’s a trade magazine for Enterprise IT professionals. If you qualify, you can get a free print or digital subscription if you live in the US or Canada.
They have fairly timely news and opinion pieces, both of which are rather high level overviews. Not alot of depth to the articles. I find it rather advertiser heavy, and content lacking, but it is free, which means that the advertisers pay for it.
Tue, May 14th 2013 2:23p John James It's funny. I was always a big space fan when I was younger. I followed a few shuttle missions and so on, but really didn't pay much attention to any space program for the past 25 years. I'm proud to say that a Canadian, Col. Chris Hadfield, was the one to get me excited about space again. This time I can share my excitement with my kids. My son, Isaac had this conversation at daycare yesterday:Isaac: Chris Hadfield is coming to my house!!Daycare: Really? Are you sure?Isaac: Yes! My mom said [read] Keywords:
Voice mail to text fail
Wed, May 1st 2013 6:26a John James My wife has a voice mail to text feature enabled on her phone. It successfully delivers a text message after someone leaves voice mail. The actual transcription still needs a bit of work however... "Hey Susy it's Morna calling at phil-fine(?) Penny it's me your-word-bob(?) and we're going through and I'm trying to pull up the batch in my cell and I can get access to the the new one. All I can be in the afternoon-our-code(?) and when I pull up a report it's Nancy. I had. So I need to kno [read] Keywords: