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A Decade of Technology

The Gadgets of Yesteryear

The lifespan of today’s tech is pretty short. Some may say that it’s obsolete the moment you walk out of the store. Depending on what the device is, I can be a bit of an early adopter. I’ll blame this on my father who was a frequent guest of the now defunct Sharper Image retail [...]

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Hurricane Isabel

How To Handle Your Data During a Hurricane

– By Jesse Jones – Social Media Manager for SRS  Mother Nature tends to take no mercy on our technological world. If your digital life has been consumed by her wrath, there are steps you can take to safeguard data loss. Hurricane Sandy has done much damage to our friends on the East…

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Seagate — We Carve Pumpkins Too

It’s Halloween and while the Seagate-ites are hard at work doing storage things, we also try to mix in a little fun.  Around the office you’ll see a mixture of angels, gypsies, leprechauns, members of the Avengers and even some dressed as the recent World Series champions, the San Francisco…

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Understanding the Growth of Information

Information Overload – Thank Goodness for Storage

The amount of information that our society is consuming is growing at an alarming rate. I don’t want to scare you, but if you think information consumption is crazy now, imagine what it’ll look like for the next couple generations. Information consumption is hitting all outlets including…

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Windows 8 Start Screen

So You Want to Upgrade to Windows 8

Well, maybe you don’t. But eventually you will. The feature set for Windows 8 being it’s deepest yet; they are making a big statement in this operating system update.  Check out some of these key features: Internet Explorer 10 Windows Store Xbox LIVE integration Picture Password Improved…

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Jordan vs. Bryant

Basketball – My Love of the Game

Basketball has always been my favorite sport. I won’t date myself by stating publically when I first got into it but I will say that it was during a time where one of the greatest battles were taking place yearly between a team in green and a team in gold. It is consistently one of [...]

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There’s Speed and Then There’s SuperSpeed USB 3.0

In case you missed it, Apple announced earlier this year that MacBook Pro is now equipped with USB 3.0 ports. What does that mean to you? Well today Seagate made it known that our Backup Plus for MAC drive is now also equipped with the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface.  Available…

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Festival

Seagate Springtown Supports Digital Arts Fest

– By June Coates Musicians, filmmakers and game developers depend heavily on technology to bring their creations to life, and Seagate products play a vital role in storing, securing and sharing their digital content. That’s why Derry/Londonderry’s first CultureTECH digital-media festival…

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Jack Ladder

An Interview with CMJ Music Marathon Artist Jack Ladder

When you have over 1,300 performers in 80 clubs, it’s a sure sign the CMJ Music Marathon is about to rock New York City. Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders join the ranks with artists like Autumn Owls, Ghostface Killah and Jasmine Solano this year for what’s shaping up to be an…

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The Dreamer

The Creativity of Comics

When I saw that the Academy of Art University was hosting a symposium on the Future of Comics, I knew I had to go.  I’m glad I did because getting a behind-the-scenes look at the creative process behind comic books has always fascinated me. As I’ve mentioned in previous blogs, I’m…

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