Voices for the Lake is an inspired project that seeks to encourage stewardship of Lake Champlain and the Lake Champlain Basin through social media, while also connecting people who care about the health of the lake with shared stories and regional resources. It’s based at the Echo Lake Aquarium and Science Center in Burlington, Vermont. […]
Today, the World Wide Web is 40. Pretty crazy, huh? I bet most of us would guess that the internet is about 20+ years old, at most, but in fact, the very first message was sent via Arpanet on October 29, 1969. So, as you’re bouncing around the internet today, playing, working, emailing, or just […]
It’s been 42 years since Small Dog’s CEO, Don Mayer, and his wife Grace got married, and they’re as happy as ever. Today, they celebrate their anniversary in Las Vegas, so we’re sending them a long-distance tribute. Cheers! Post a comment below to wish these two old hippies well!
Our first accumulating snow of the year here at Small Dog Electronics in Vermont. Recorded from a car on a new iPod nano. Music provided by Kevin Macleod.
I am pleased to report that one of our production servers has been running non-stop since the first time we turned it on, with an uptime of 557 1/2 days! Back on March 5, 2008, we fired up our newest server at the time to serve mysql for the smalldog.com website. As I recall, it […]
On Monday, the Burlington Free Press, Vermont’s largest-circulation newspaper ran an article I wrote entitled “Computer to TV: Can we talk?.” It’s a brief overview of a couple of ways to get media from your computer to your television and home entertainment system. Click here to check it out. How do you get media from […]
With Back to School shopping kicking into full gear, it got me thinking about how different academic institutions have become with all the technology available to us now. Check out what one school did to utilize arguably the best technology out there! Last year, Abilene Christian University decided to give out iPhones and iPod touches […]
Saturday night I was out to a nice dinner with another couple and we were contemplating a bottle of wine. After the normal questions among us about who wants wine and whether we should get white or red, we all admitted we were not experts. The pressure was on. Who was going to step up […]
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the […]