Tag: technology


Rooted Nook Color- I feel like it’s brand new again!

Rooted Nook Color- I feel like it’s brand new again!

Posted 12 October, 2011 by DLWhite in Random / 1 Comment

I’ve had my Nook Color for nearly a year and have been happy with it but lately have been wondering how I could spice it up some, since it had limited web browsing. B&N helped by launching an app store, but many of the apps are too expensive (especially when they come stock on my phones). $1.99 for a calculator? Are you MAD? Plus the B&N app store isn’t varied at all.  It’s much like having 500 cable channels but there’s nothing to watch. So I took the next step and ‘rooted‘ it.  Rooting basically gives you SuperUser access to be able to change the User Interface and add options […]

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Kindle Fire or stick to my Nook Color? A comparison…

Kindle Fire or stick to my Nook Color? A comparison…

Posted 30 September, 2011 by DLWhite in Writers Read / 0 Comments

It’s no secret that I’m a Gadget Geek. I own two Smartphones, a laptop, a DVR, and an eReader.  Rather than look at shoes and skirts and jewelry and makeup, I’m interested in the next big thing coming down the Tech Pipeline. This week, social media has been all-twitter (pun intended) with the release of the Kindle Fire. I ignored the announcement at first because I went with a Nook Color instead of a Kindle for specific reasons. I’ve recently heard rumors that Barnes & Noble may have a Nook Color 2 in the works and now my interest is piqued! Note:  I’m a Geek, not a Nerd. :)  I’m […]

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Testing Windows Live Writer

Testing Windows Live Writer

Posted 4 July, 2009 by DLWhite in Random / 0 Comments

  Test test test testing!!!!!! Testing Windows Live Writer as a desktop application for WordPress. Pretty neat! We’ll see how it looks when its published, though.   And Happy 4th!!         Like this:Like Loading… About DLWhite DL White is a reader, writer, lover of coffee, devourer of words. This blog is my place to spill my writerly musings and observations and share them with the world at large.

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