My background in real life is hard for the computer to distinguish from my head. But, I don’t have space for a great big green screen in my office. So, until now I was left with the glitches in my video. I don’t know if others were distracted, but I certainly was. I am really excited that I have found a solution. Recently, I got ahold of a Kshioe collapsible greenscreen and it has almost totally solved my glitchy video background problem!
I like the Backcountry Timpanogos Tech Fleece pants (and matching hoodie) so much. I like comfort food, comfort music, and comfort clothes. On a walk recently near my house, the pants were warm and comfortable, with big deep pockets for my phone and car keys.
Technology is taking over my home. First, it was my doorbell, showing me the packages on my step, I can get on board with that! Second, it was my refrigerator automatically filling my cup with the right amount of water, hmmm I like that too. Third, it was my laundry room alerting my phone when my washing and drying cycles are complete, that works for me too! Technology in my house is supposed to be making my life easier. Could it make my cleaning easier too? It seemed like the perfect time to bring technology into my cleaning routine.
You don’t even have to do anything at all. If you are working on a laptop at a coffee shop, or sitting at home on a wired connection, it is still possible that someone could be intercepting your connection on a server somewhere, especially if you don’t have a VPN. Suddenly, everything you do is tracked and your personal data is vulnerable simply by being online in the first place, not even by visiting a harmful site.
I remember when “force feedback” was the proper term quite a few years ago. If you have played an Xbox video game you know how it works. There’s a slight nudge you feel, and the idea is that there is some analog sensation even in the digital realm. Haptics is not quite the same, since it’s more subtle. In a recent test of the 2021 Lexus IS 300, I noticed how the haptics made it easier to control the interface, and I’m happy to say it’s an improvement.
Reviewing the new Dell XPS Special Edition desktop was a throwback for me. I’ve been using a laptop at my desk for at least 6-7 years now, connected to a large monitor. I had forgotten a few things. One is that a desktop, like the XPS model I’m testing, is quite nimble.
I’m happy with the massive 12.3-inch touchscreen in the 2021 Toyota Venza Limited, a redesigned version of the car Toyota kept on the road only for a few years. (I’ve driven many of the previous versions although it’s been a while.) The new model has a much more elegant and stately crossover look, while the original was a wagon and crossover mix.
The 2021 Acura RDX A-Spec is fast, nimble, sporty, and comfortable. Its 2.0L VTEC Turbo engine propels this wonderful midsize SUV swiftly by generating 272 HP. With all-wheel drive, it even handles like a sporty sedan, and (perhaps because the one I drove was red) it made me feel like I was piloting a rocket. I expected it to perform well, but it obliterated my expectations.