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  • Shakespears Sister … Stay

    “Stay” is a song by UK pop band Shakespears Sister, released 1992 from their album Hormonally Yours. “Stay” was the only Shakespears Sister song that featured Siobhan Fahey less prominently on vocals than Marcella Detroit. The video starts with a view of a calm night sky. A shooting… Read More ›

  • Around the World XVI

    One of the many goals of the HamWeg Blog is to highlight interesting news, instructional websites, cool videos and many more fascinating webpages we come across while navigating around the internet. This is why we started the “Around the World” Series… Read More ›

  • Tutorials, Lessons and Helpful Tips

    We have gathered some of our most popular HamWeg University blog posts that feature tutorials, lessons and helpful tips on how to manage your digital lifestyle and workflow. Our Fourth Compilation takes these popular posts and updated them with all new original graphics,… Read More ›

  • Can’t Feel My Face

    “Can’t Feel My Face” is a song by Canadian recording artist The Weeknd. The track was released on his second studio album, Beauty Behind the Madness. “Can’t Feel My Face” debuted at No. 24 on the Hot 100, it was The Weeknd’s second… Read More ›

  • This Generation’s “Golden Girls”

    Netflix has once again demonstrated why it’s the next evolution in entertainment and media consumption with its wonderfully crafted comedy Grace and Frankie.   Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen has 200 years of acting experience between the… Read More ›

  • Apple Watch: Communication Hub

    This is our fourth post in our multi-post review about Apple’s newest technology — The Apple Watch.  We have looked out how the Apple Watch has influenced our everyday digital lifestyle and workflow from Apps and Digital Payments to being… Read More ›

  • Apple Watch: Personal Assistant

    As we dive deeper into our multi-post review of the Apple Watch we are going to explore the three different ways to quickly interact with the information that is most important to our daily lifestyles. The Apple Watch is positioned… Read More ›

  • Apple Watch: Faces, Apps and ApplePay

    We are continuing our examination of our newest technological breakthrough and timesaver, the Apple Watch by looking at the many different Watch Faces, Watch Apps and the digital payment service ApplePay.  Our last post reviewed the shopping and delivery experience… Read More ›

  • Apple Watch First Impressions

    Apple has released its newest product since the iPad and finally after months of drooling and waiting the HamWeg Blog received our Apple Watch!  Like all new Apple products the Apple Watch has spurred lots of emotion from indifference to passionate… Read More ›

  • Puzzles and Games Update

    Over the years the HamWeg blog has developed six different and unique Puzzles & Games “TV Trivia,” “Mystery QR Code,” “Celebrity Scramble,” “Picture Puzzles,” “Brain Teasers” and ” Mirror, Mirror”  Puzzles & Games has a new home where you can access all… Read More ›

  • The Great American Detective 1950-52 Edition

    As a Television Historian it is our duty to preserve the legacy of the past and how it shapes the current and future landscape of the television shows we love to watch.  The American Detective television genre is the best… Read More ›

  • The Glamorous Life

    “The Glamorous Life” is a song written by Prince and first recorded by singe Sheila E. The dance song has lyrics which reflect a cynicism for the decadence and materialism of the song’s protagonist, referred to in the third person, who “wants to lead a… Read More ›