It's the start of a long Memorial Day weekend, but here are some reader questions to get the holiday started.
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This week, Paul and I were in Chicago and as we have done on all of our trips, we recorded what was going on behind the scenes when we were not writing, podcasting, or sitting at the bar.
This was sort of a short week from a free time perspective, so this is sort of a short Ask Paul as well. Let's dive in...
Most personal technology products and services just aren't that exciting. But here are the exceptions, spanning 20 years of Microsoft watching.
Happy Friday everyone. Many of this week's questions revolved around recent events with Windows 10 and Build, as you might expect.
With another event in the books, it's time for a little view of what was happening when we were not writing posts at Microsoft's Build conference.
After using my MacBook Air exclusively during my trip to Seattle for Build, I'm looking forward to returning to Windows.
Microsoft is hosting its Build 2018 developer conference this week in Seattle. And of course, Thurrott.com is in town.
I'm taking a Mac to Build 2018, and you're never going to believe what happens next.
I'm traveling tomorrow, so "Ask Paul" is a day early, and a bit shorter than usual, this week.
Good news! We've lowered the price of Thurrott Premium from $64 per year to $55 per year.
Happy Friday, everyone. Here's another round of Q&A to jump-start the weekend.
Another week, another set of excellent questions from readers.
This week, I tackle some new questions plus provide an update on the evolution of Thurrott Now.
Here's the latest edition of Ask Paul, which has some tough and often unanswerable questions this week.
As technology exerts ever more control over our lives, there's been a natural push-back. But the opposite extreme is still an extreme.
Welcome to March! Here's a new batch of Ask Paul questions...
There's a lot of noise out there. But I have one central rule when it comes to my own writing. And it's a simple one.
Happy Friday everyone. Here is another installment of Ask Paul.
Using a cord-cutting service requires the ability to give up expectations we have from the past and be open to doing things differently.
Happy weekend everyone. Here's another edition of "Ask Paul," and as you might expect, there are several questions about PWAs this week.
As part of my New Year decluttering efforts, I spent time each morning for the past week or so unsubscribing from email newsletters.
Here are a few more notes about my diet, plus a quick check-in on my weight loss over the past year.
Happy Friday everyone. Here is another round of questions and answers, including one that dates back to December.
This year, I've resolved to make take full advantage of the digital content I've already paid for or otherwise acquired.
After a two-week absence, no one should be surprised by the epic length of this week's "Ask Paul." Let's dive right in.
Instagram is everything that Facebook isn't, and vice versa. And that's a good thing.