Where here has read Greek mythology? I have, unfortunately (fortunately?). If you have read, or know about, Greek mythology, then you know what Mount Olympus is. If you don’t, then I’ll give you a quick crash course — Mount Olympus …Read More »
The other day I took someone to GameStop to preorder Call of Duty: Black Ops II. That particular day just happened to be the day before (of?) the midnight release of Call of Duty: Black Ops II. As we …Read More »
Yesterday we had a comic on the smartphone generation. Continuing with the smartphone-bashing theme, today’s comic provides a helpful how-to for preventing people from using their smartphones during dinner. Indeed, if you have the problem of texting, Facebooking, tweeting, etc. …Read More »
If you somehow fell down Niagara Falls (167 ft [51 m] height), do you think you would survive? Eh, if you are lucky. Maybe. If you somehow fell down Dragon Falls (3,200 ft [975 m] height), do you think you …Read More »
Via our Comic section, dotTech has already shared some commentary on our technology (specifically, phones) obsessed generation. Here is some more of the same.
How many dotTechies out there cannot believe how “fast” or “impatient” today’s generation is? Be it …Read More »
Ever had a meal while 25,000 feet (7,620 m) in the air? No, no — not on an airplane but rather in the open sky with simply a table and two chairs to accompany you (and your food, of course)? …Read More »
As I’ve mentioned before, we humans seem to be infatuated with animals. To further feed your interest (and keep you hooked, so you keep coming back to dotTech), today I have to share with you a photo of polar bears.…Read More »
Google and Bing both have an ‘autocomplete’ feature that attempts to predict what you want to search for. The predictions provided by Google and Bing depend on two factors: what other users searched for and your past search history, if …Read More »
Be honest — how many of y’all check product reviews online (whether that be a reviewing website or an online retailer with customer submitted reviews, like Amazon or Newegg) prior to purchasing a product? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone. In …Read More »
We like photos of animals and nature, yes. However, man-made attractions are often amazing, too — especially if combined with nature, as is the case with Hayman Hotel.
Hayman Hotel is a luxury resort situated on the Great Barrier Reef …Read More »
Some days I need a shot of caffeine to keep me from falling asleep. Whenever I go to Starbucks, I make sure to order iced coffee (or tea, for that matter). Want to know why? They make the coffee so …Read More »
We have seen lions. We have seen tigers. But we haven’t seen ligers.
A liger is the offspring of a male lion and female tiger. Because lions and tigers are in the same genus, they are able to technically breed …Read More »
If you are an Apple investor or have been following Apple stock, you probably know how moody it can be. Some days it will shoot up like there is no better stock then other days it will plunge, hard. (It …Read More »
Out of all the animals featured on dotTech’s Amazing Photo of the Day segment, we have yet to cover gorillas. We have seen monkeys, but not gorillas. Want to see a gorilla? Okay, let’s.
Check out the photo below. (And, …Read More »
Today I have somewhat of a different comic to share with you. I am going to call it a logic-puzzle-comic because it is a comic… that presents you with a puzzle to solve. Think you have it in you? Then …Read More »
I know, I know. It must seem like I am obsessed with big cats. I’m not. I have just happened to stumbled upon interesting wild cat photos. Well, actually, today’s photo is hardly what you could call wild.
Have you …Read More »
In the recent past Microsoft has made changes to be more like Apple — releasing its own hardware, increasing restrictions on its traditionally more open operating system… and firing similarly uncooperative employees? You have may heard that Apple recently fired …Read More »
Some tigers enjoy a nice dinner date with humans. Then there is Gisa.
Gisa is a Siberian tigress that lives in a zoo at Duisburg, Germany. With Gisa lives Elroy, a hopeful suitor. Apparently Gisa does not like Elroy; when …Read More »
Here is a sob story for everyone.
A few years back I wrote an extremely popular article on how to get your own free custom e-mail address. As part of the process of getting your own free e-mail address, I …Read More »
How many dotTechies work or have worked in the tech industry, either as engineers, support, executives, etc.? Ever have people approach you to solve their computer woes simply because they know you work/ed for a tech company and thus assume …Read More »
There is a stereotype that modern nations only exist in the North America and Europe, collectively known as “the West”. This stereotype couldn’t be more wrong. In fact, there is one city in the Middle East that has gained recognition …Read More »
If you are a guy, have male children, or are married to a man, then you know men are just naturally slobs. So when it comes to cleaning our rooms, we apply our slob principles. For example, when I have …Read More »
Excellent photo of a busy airport at night allows you to see the movement of planes via lights [Amazing Photo of the Day]
These is a technique in photography called “long exposure” where the photographer allows the photo to be taken for an extended period of time as opposed to just capturing that one moment. Long exposure photography allows for stunning photos, if …Read More »
Windows 8 is out. One new feature included in Windows 8 is the new Start screen that has something called tiles. Among these tiles, there are “live tiles” which regularly and automatically update themselves to display varying information. Want to …Read More »
Any dotTechies have kids or raised kids? Then you probably know how some kids can throw pretty bad tantrums. I don’t have kids and haven’t raised any but I was (recently) a kid, so I kneely remember how I used …Read More »
Comics are meant to be funny, right? At least they are intended to make one smile. Sure some comics in the past may have been more serious than funny, but the general intention is to be humorous. The following comic, …Read More »
At the risk of sounding like a
broken trashed record, I must say that here on dotTech we love featuring photos (or images, for those of you “that probably is not real” folk that get irked by me referring to …
I remember reading a news report, yes news report on a major news channel (*cough* CNN *cough* — yes I do watch TV… sometimes…), that the first thing a couple did after getting married is post a status update to …Read More »
Golden Eagle is a bird of prey. Red Fox is a omnivorous animal. If they go head to head, which would win a fight? The Golden Eagle with its air advantage and razor sharp claws? Or the Red Fox with …Read More »
Have you ever started talking to someone and they seemingly responded in kind… but then you later discover that they are on the phone and were talking to the person on the other end, not you? Yeah… haven’t we all. …Read More »
We sung a lot of songs in elementary school. Why? I don’t know. We just did. Anyone know that song that goes something like “I’ve got the whole world, in my hands. I’ve got the whole wide world, in my …Read More »
All companies (minus the patent trolls) offer some sort of product or service. Often times these companies have slogan which attempt to reflect their value or what they stand for. If Google, Apple, Twitter, and Wikipedia were to think of …Read More »
I’m pretty sure most, if not all, of us would be scared shitless if a small, baby crocodile was roaming free in our neighborhood. A 23 ft long croc? Yeah, you would probably be packing your things and heading the …Read More »
I was born only with a silver spoon in my mouth so I had always gone to pubic school. I’m sure some of you one percenters went to private institutions. Any dotTechie been homeschooled? If yes, I sure as heck …Read More »