Jan 16

CTOBOB Technology Podcast 013 – Silver with David Morgan of The Morgan Report

CTOBOB TECHNOLOGY PODCAST

Host: Bob Pellerin

Guest: David Morgan of The Morgan Report (www.Silver-Investor.com)

Topic: Uses of Silver in Technology

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CTOBOB podcast’s Bob Pellerin discusses Silver with David Morgan, respected authority on silver investing and author of the Morgan Report. We discuss the uses of silver and the availability of the precious metal in the market.

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Oct 17

CTOBOB Technology Podcast 010 – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) with iLand

CTOBOB TECHNOLOGY PODCAST

Host: Bob Pellerin

Guest: Lilac Schoenbeck of iLand

Topic: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

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CTOBOB podcast’s Bob Pellerin discusses Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) with Lilac Schoenbeck of iLand.

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Oct 14

Bob Pellerin has a new financial article published in Bull & Bear Financial Report!

We’re pleased to annouce Bob Pellerin (CTOBOB) has published an article titled “Market Makers, their Disappearance.How to take Advantage of It” in Bull & Bear Financial Report issue Vol. 26 No. 6 dated Sept-Oct 2014. You can read the article here (Click the picture):

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The article was co-written with K.C. Grainger of CanadianMineAnalysis.com.

Oct 01

Windows 10 unveiled

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Something funny happened on the way to Windows 9. Ever since the introduction of Windows 8 and the release of 8.1, I’ve been concerned about the corporate users. More specifically, how such a large user base was going to be convinced to jump from the rock solid Windows 7 to the next version. I’m relieved and a little surprised to see how well they appear to be handling the mess they created with the tiles (metro) interface. I love the concept for touch based computing (such as tablets and hybrid laptops). The corporate users that I saw using Windows 8 lost a lot of productivity. Windows 8, without a touchscreen, added extra clicks to some basic functions and completely undid all the years of training end users to hit the start button to find things. Continue reading