I decided to say goodbye to 2017 with a snowshoe hike through the Lake Erie Bluffs trails. There’s something about the bitter cold that only heightens the stark beauty of the snow-covered land.
Winter has finally come to Cleveland. Bill Wills and I discuss how to protect your gadgets from the cold. We also discuss this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Listen to #TechTuesday Tuesday mornings on Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 Newsradio.
Play Audio – WTAM 1100 Newsradio – Tech Tuesday – February 3rd, 2015:
This week has seen a lot of Winter storms hitting the midwest. While we’re still digging ourselves out from yet another snowstorm, here’s a list of apps that can be useful for dealing with Winter’s wrath:
- Plowz and Mowz – Like Uber for snow plowing. It allows you to search for on-demand snow plowing (or mowing service during warmer weather) in your area, either through the website or the smartphone app available for Android and iOS.
- First Aid – Protect yourself with step-by-step instructions first aid from the American Red Cross.
- Waze – Get a head’s up as you head into work with traffic and road hazard alerts using this free GPS app that provides information from other drivers on your route.
- Snow Day Calculator Looking to get your kid’s hopes up? Snow Day Calculator has both a web page and downloadable app that allows you to enter your zip code in and get a rough percentage chance that their school will be closed. The app was built a few years back by a middle school student who is now at MIT.
I prefer the Summer, but the snow made for a pretty drive today in Cleveland.