A look at graphic novels coming out in October 2020 (and beyond), including a new "Lumberjanes" volume.
Finishing up my “year in review” series of blog posts, here’s a look at the top 10 tech posts written in 2015.
- Anthony’s 10 favorite Roku channels
- My favorite comic readers by operating system
- Anthony’s Chromebook setup guide
- Nickelodeon offers cord cutter friendly streaming service
- Eight months with the Chromebook
- Anthony’s data backup strategy
- Next from HP, the Stream Mini: the “Chromebox killer?”
- When seven pieces of technology became deemed obsolete
- Tunnelbear VPN service now available for Chrome (and Linux/Chrome OS)
- A list of non-Big Five tech company software/hardware
My previous posts about the Roku streaming devices have seemed popular, so not surprised to see this one top the list. Also popular are discussions of digital comics and Comixology, streaming video services, and writing about my experiences with a Chromebook. As usual, offering tech tips and setup guides are also well liked.
A year after writing the above article, the HP Stream Mini did anything but kill the Chromebox—it’s been discontinued. However, the Stream laptop, Microsoft and HP’s answer to Chromebooks, continues to sell well, ranking in the top 10 of Amazon’s laptop sales.
Is there anything tech-related you’d like to see me cover more in 2016? Let me know in the comments.