Although I hang out most of the time at BCCHardware, I still live in a digital world and get around quite a bit. I’m on facebook and other social networks. If you’re interested in keeping up with me on any of these networks, please feel free to grab more information at any of the links below – or on the right.
BCCHardware has been around for a long time and is really my “baby” when it comes to web projects. BCCHardware is a tech news and review website that has a great community of readers that help each other figure out technology. We also have a Buy/Sell section in the forum where you can get rid of some gear or get some new/used toys for cheap. We usually have 10-20 new reviews every month that cover everything from computer components to media players and even big screen HDTVs.
Flickr is a neat place that I’ve gotten to love over the past month or so. I use it to upload personal and tech pictures related to BCCHardware. The beautiful thing is that I can easily upload pics from my computer, SmartPhone and even beam them somewhat directly from my camera. Make sure you check out my photostream for updated pictures every couple of days.
FriendFeed is a quick and dirty place that currently gets much of what I post on all my social networks. To be honest I don’t spend a lot of time there. It gets very involved as there is a lot of interesting stuff going on, and I find I spend way too much time reading through other people’s posts. It’s a great, fast site to load up on your mobile phone to see what all is going on though.
Twitter is the place where I post my life’s latest headlines whether they are tech related or personal. Many people say that Twitter is dying, but because it is so handy, fast and simple to post updates to, I will continue to use it and hopefully build a twitter following that likes to keep current with my latest goings on. Check it out if you haven’t already. You can send updates from your phone via SMS, your computer via web or app. It’s great.
Ustream.tv will be used more and more as BCCHardware gets more media focused and interactive. With a few clicks you can get your own “TV Station” and broadcast to the world. It integrates with your favorite blog, twitter, and facebook for you social network lovers. You can also easily upload your ustream.tv videos to YouTube.
YouTube needs no introduction and I watch many more videos than I upload. That actually may be a good thing, but if you want to see what is new and cool at BCCHardware and with me, check out my YouTube channel for all the details.