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“What’s on My Computer?” – Podcast: Nonstop Tech Episode 17


Our newest Nonstop Tech Podcast entitled “What’s On My Computer?”, produced by the Nonstop Tech team.

In this episode we discuss, as always, our favorite tips and tricks. @Docrock, @TChaten, and @JeromeKoehler will also discuss some of the pertinent news in the tech ecosystem, share some of the items we use on our computer on a daily basis, watch Jerome forget his pick, and we show you a cool piece of hardware we just received!

A big mahalo to The Green House Innovation Hub for the awesome new studio location.

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Nonstop Tech wants to be more than a raving nerdfest. We want you to feel comfortable knowing that if you have a technical question or just want to know the coolest shortcuts to get things done, we are here to help. But we need your help as well. This is only going to work if you send us your questions send us your questions. The Nonstop Tech team has nearly 100 years combined experience in computers and technical support, and now you have us on your side.

Google Drive: Get Early Access via Google Apps

If you want to get access top Google Drive and have been put on the wait list… You can get early access from using Google Apps for Business Free or premium.

In this video I show you how to access Google Drive from Google Pro Apps settings. I hope you find it useful.

Please subscribe to the channel and like the video. #Aloha

Save Space on your iPhone with Cloud Photos

You need Cloud Photos if you have a low capacity iPhone and often find yourself running out of space. After I dropped my phone in water I switched from a 32GB to a 16GB iPhone because at the time I just needed to hurry up and replace my phone and it was… well… all the money that I had. The worst problem with switching to a smaller phone especially if you are an Instagram freak like myself, is it’s really easy to quickly run out of space especially with a nice eight megapixel camera.

Introduce Cloud Photos , an application that allows you to take photos with the camera on your iPhone and automatically sync them into the cloud via Dropbox. Cloud Photos only leaves you with a thumbnail size photo in your camera roll on you iPhone and pushes the larger image directly to Dropbox using either Wi-Fi or 3G sync.

Here is a video I made to show you how to use this application. I hope you enjoy it. Don’t forget to subscribe to the YouTube channel and leave me any questions comments or feedback that you may have.

 Cloud Photos is $1.99 in the app store and is available today. I’m going to say I highly recommend this app.

“Day One Journal” Review & Tutorial

Day One Journal for Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Day One is a simple and easy journal, note taker, dairy, text logger that takes the burden out of daily writing. It is totally cross device compatible via the Day One universal iOS application complete with iCloud and Dropbox syncing.

The Application has a very nice feature set but is so easy to use anybody can use it right way thanks to a very intuitive UI/UX design. Functional and pretty at the same time.

“Back It Up!” – Podcast: Nonstop Tech Episode 1

This is the first edition of NonstopHonolulu.com’s Nonstop Tech Podcast. In this episode we are covering Backups, Clean Installs, Chill.com and Browser Security with Ghostery.

In the episode I mention Jamcloud is a Mac app but I got an email from Jason at Jamcloud and he assured me it was both Mac and PC. This app is worth a look.

Please send any question comments or feedback to doc@nonstophonolulu.com

In the show, we keep speaking of the “Show Notes,” and below you’ll find all the relevant links for topics we’ve covered in the show.

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