Two weeks ago, one of our long-term customers returned a late 2008 Xserve to us stating it was not recognizing PCI cards in either slot. I jumped at the chance to take a look at it since we don’t see many broken Xserves coming back in. Xserves are traditionally easy machines to work on. Many […]
We’re about to shut down for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We’ll be back to regular business hours on Saturday. From everyone at Small Dog Electronics, we wish you and your family the absolute best. Merry Christmas and PEACE ON EARTH!
The year is almost over, but there’s still time to save on your tax return while upgrading your business’s technology. For 2009, IRS is allowing small and medium businesses to deduct the full purchase price of equipment (up to $250,000) from their tax return, as long as it’s purchased and installed by 12/31/09.* The higher […]
The following article is written with Mac users in mind, though much of it also applies to PC users. It’s a long article, but there are many variables to consider here. This is all based on my quest to create a central, easily accessible library for all the the media I purchase, create, and download. […]
At this time of year, I’m frequently asked for techie gift suggestions. I always respond with a question in kind: “Does the gift recipient own an iPhone?” If the answer is yes, I invariably suggest a backup iPhone battery, especially those that come in the form of a case. The iPhone is an incredible device, […]
Today, December 1, is World AIDS Day—an internationally recognized day designed to raise awareness of the people who are affected by the AIDS virus every day.
I’m sure you’ve seen PRODUCT RED special edition products that, when bought, the manufacturers donate a percentage of the profits to the Global Fund to help eliminate AIDS in Africa. (Apple’s red iPod nano and shuffle are good examples—if they would let us carry them, we would!)
We must all come together in supporting the Global Fund and the fight against AIDS. …I applaud (RED) and its partners for their vision and commitment.
NIGHTS, the Concert Series that Saves Lives.
(RED)NIGHTS is 27 nights of music performed by musicians you love that is fueled by your posts to Twitter, Flickr and YouTube. Check out (RED)NIGHTS here# and get started… all of this raises money to keep people living with HIV in Africa alive.
- Goes Mobile.*
There’s also an iPhone app for (RED)NIGHTS that includes a visualizer and an equalizer to “show the audio spectrum in real time.”
We have a large list of books for Mac, iPod, iPhone, along with general titles about the Internet, video, and design. Books are a perfect gift on their own, or to go along with the gift of an iPod or a Mac. For the rest of the holiday season, we’re offering a coupon for 20% […]
Don’t forget that the Leonid Meteor shower reaches peak tonight! Between 1:00AM and 4:00AM, 30 – 50 meteors per hour will light up the night sky. The moon is in a new phase, improving overall visibility. These “falling stars” will be shooting past Mars, making viewing even more memorable. Read more at Space.com by clicking […]
I am pretty fussy with my pointing devices so when the new Apple Magic Mouse appeared in the warehouse, Jaime was quick to set one aside for me. My initial first impression was that the packaging is spectacular. The iPod-like plastic case showcased the Magic Mouse as a slick, sci-fi device that would fit right […]
After the death of my beloved iBook G4 (she spent two years in Africa with me) and after about a month long mourning period, I purchased one of the 13in MacBook Pros in anticipation of starting grad school. I’ve had the new computer for a couple of months now, and I don’t think I could […]