Monthly Archives: March 2011

Worried about Wikipedia – A Bit of Web Philosophy


When I started writing for OutletPC about a year ago, I knew next to nothing about computers, (a fact which I tried desperately to hide during my interview). The first day I sat down at work, mostly just writing product descriptions, I was greeted by fifteen or twenty USB and SATA Controller Cards. Most of […]

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How will Japan’s Earthquake Affect the Computer Industry?

While we in the states may not have felt the tremors of Japan’s March 11th earthquake, the electronics industry as a whole is still trembling from the shock. While it’s true that most of the electronics we use today are actually manufactured in China or Taiwan, Japan has retained production of many of the individual […]

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