Tag >> Technology
May 01 Published in website, Technology, Cruzio, Consulting, Community by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Cruzio is revamping our award-winning website, cruzio.com and we're requesting proposals from local web designers and design teams to manage this project. It's been several years since we last overhauled cruzio.com, and we're excited to collaborate with our thriving tech community on the next step in our site's evolution.
Cruzio requires a
Jan 18 Published in writing, Technology, Foodie, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (1)
Cruzio customer service has a challenging job. We need to help you with your computer, even though we aren't in the room with you. That means our staff needs to be very good at explaining things.
What does that have to do with Peanut Butter and Jelly, that classic of American Cuisine?
To keep staff up-to-date in our fast-changing industry, we spend a lot
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2010 was awarded to two Russian scientists Andre Geim and Konstantin NovoPublished in Technology, Russian, Language, Gold Awards, Epic things, Academy Awards by Polar Star | Comment (0)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2010 was awarded to two Russian scientists Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov "for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene".
You can listen to the lecture delivered by Konstantin Novoselov at his
Jul 08 Published in Technology, Santa Cruz, New Sentinel, Economics, Cruzioworks, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Cruzioworks hosted a New Tech Meetup session, attended by many of Santa Cruz's geekiest citizens. The Meetup, headed by David Britton, always has interesting presentations and is a great way to meet other local technologists and see what's going on in town. If you haven't already, join at their website -- it's easy and free of charge.
Aug 12 Published in website, Technology, Cruzio by The Editor | Comment (0)
Cruzio Now Builds Websites!
Cruzio continues to win best website in local reader polls every year and we thought it was time to spread the moxie around.
Cruzio builds websites for small businesses, nonprofits, artists, musicians, and writers.
The Built@Cruzio program is a great way to establish your Web presence in as little as one to two weeks. We take pride
Apr 08 Published in Technology, Sentinel building, Santa Cruz, New Sentinel, Local Projects, Internet, Fiber, Current Events, Cruzio, Anniversary by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (1)
Mar 02 Published in tips and tricks, Technology, stuff we like, Internet, Geekery, Computers by Cruzio Technical Support | Comment (0)
What's a browser?
It's the program you use to look at web pages. In fact, right now you are using one to look at this web page. Here's a fun, short video to explain:
Reasons to upgrade your browser
You're probably wondering what's wrong with the one you're already using. Here are some reasons to
Dec 01 Published in Technology, stuff we like, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (1)
Here at Cruzio we're known to kill Trojans (the viruses, not the ancient Greeks, of course). Recently we were pleasantly surprised when a happy member that turned to us to clean out their computer sent over a cake to say thanks. Check out the message!
Cruzio’s Computer Care specialist, Andrew Martin says, “If your computer is running slowly, or you notice
Aug 11 Published in Technology, Space, Robots, Linkage, ISP, Internet, inspiration, Geekery, cosmology, astronomy by SmileyFaced | Comment (0)
35 Stories: the hybrid Lamborghini, A.I. learning Super Mario Bros, the Apple Tablet, Cyborgs, DIY helicopter and many more!
ISP's, Internet Standards & Tech
Jul 21 Published in Technology, Productivity, Personal Development, Mental Health, Little Stories, Life Coach, Internet, Geekery, Games, Drug Policy by fishodarryl | Comment (0)
My deepest, most concealed, most radical secret these days is that I am, in fact, addicted to The Sims 3. Believe me, I know it's not the hardest drug or the most self-destructive personal pursuit, but it is certainly worthy of mild concern. See, I never thought I'd be able to relate to the tech articles of yesteryear, or my mother for that matter, who can
Jun 30 Published in Technology, Poetry, More Musings, Jokes by fishodarryl | Comment (0)
Emerging from the depths of internet waterspace surges another mini-blog, squirming electrically into the school of user-generated meta-material. What is it and what does it do? The mini-blog skips erratically-- it pauses to peruse, causes new pursuit, plauses two routes, yet flaws make it fluke. Mini-blog is the naked you. Write! Be free, let loose! The
Jun 12 Published in twitter, Technology by hugobarber | Comment (3)
Twitpocalypse scheduled for 2pm Pacific time tiday -- are you ready?
Apr 16 Published in Technology, American History by Wordsmith | Comment (0)
I saw a lot of people out yesterday commemorating tax day and the Boston tea Party by making a connection from that time to now in one anti-tax/anti-government loathefest. It's important to remember that the original participants in the 1773 event were not just protesting the injustice of being taxed by Parliament even though they couldn't vote for