• About Justin Garrison

    Avid learner with a passion for technology and people. He is always trying new things or taking something apart to make it better.

    Slim Wallet Comparison

    by  • 2013/06/24 • Hardware, Review, Thoughts • 10 Comments

    As a follow-up to my recent article about the best wallet ever, I was given the opportunity to test some of the slim wallets available on the market. These wallets are all designed  to slim down your wallet and protect your cards. As an added bonus they all look better than a rubber band! I used...

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    A Better Way to Handle Multi Sign In

    by  • 2013/03/11 • Google, How-to • 5 Comments

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    Google has a cool feature to let you sign into multiple accounts at once, but in practice it really sucks. Here’s why, and also a better way to manage multiple Google accounts. It Sucks Because You have no easy way to manage what account links will open with (mailto, calendar, docs) You can’t (easily)...

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    Google Mini Search Appliance Teardown

    by  • 2012/12/11 • Google, Hardware • 1 Comment

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    Google has search appliances available for enterprise customers to house in their data centers to take advantage of Google’s searching and indexing abilities for web services and intranet resources. One such device is called the Google Mini. Unfortunately, the Google Mini was also end of life’d as of July 2012. No big deal, it...

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    Boxee TV Review

    by  • 2012/11/06 • Hardware, HTPC, Review • 10 Comments

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    It’s not very often that I am so excited for a product that I go get it on launch day. Usually I am a skeptic who waits at least for a few reviews to come out before rushing out to get whatever it is. The Boxee TV however was one of those products I...

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