Originally Presented at the ‘Solve for X’ science variety show (Dragon Con 2017)
This is a smartwatch. The company I work for builds the processor that makes it … smart. This thing is straight out of a Star Trek episode. It feeds me information from a globally connected computer network, uses artificial intelligence to predict my needs, and responds to my voice. I use that last feature more than you might think, given my odd relationship with both science fiction and voice recognition.
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Air travel is nothing new for me. It just feels weird when I’m doing it in a new set of cities. Continue reading “Change of Habits, Change of Scenery”
It’s official. We’ve taken over the world.
Continue reading “Global Nerds”
Yes, I’m a high-tech guy with access to all kinds of high-tech gadgets. So why did I buy a $199 Chromebook instead of some shiny ultrabook … and why do I keep using it?
Continue reading “Me and My Chromebook”
Some people would be a bit worried the week before their company’s biggest trade show. For me, it’s no big deal. Nothing Intel throws at me next week can be scarier than Dragon*Con.
Continue reading “Everything I Know About Trade Shows I Learned From A Dragon”
This week marks my one year anniversary at Intel. Changing jobs was a big deal for me, and so far it’s been fantastic.
Continue reading “One Year In”