Recently I asked about the Ribbon interface -- which is now 3 years old -- and 30 of you responded. You'd think that after three years on the market, IT would be used to the Ribbon. Nothing doing.
You might love these new days of social networks and electronic everything, but don't forget the pioneers.
Microsoft's detractors may have softened their views a bit over the last few years, but there's still no shortage of haters. Especially on the Internet.
From Twitter twits to phone-phobes, Doug lets fly with his technological pet peeves.
Five magazines in five years? And they said print was dead.
The Internet is full of blowhards, but sometimes they're just...misunderstood.
A lot's happened since this magazine first launched. Here's a look back at the good, the great...and the Photoshopped.
Doug's a big fan of Windows 7, from its quickness to its stability. But that doesn't mean it's perfect.
Have the rise of online news-aggregation sites and our thirst for celebrity gossip put the kibosh on old-school reporting?
Now that Hyper-V is out, it's time to take a fresh look and offer a fresh set of predictions.
The elder Mr. Barney gets caught in a mailing list pickle.
It's all fun and games until Barney (the dinosaur, not the journo) loses an eye...or worse.
We've got opinions, and we're not afraid to use 'em.
Vista isn't a perfect OS, not by a long-shot. But that doesn't mean Microsoft's hold on the desktop is going to weaken any time soon.