July 28, 2015

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My Thoughts on the Pebble Steel Smartwatch

It’s hard to believe, but I’ve been wearing my Fitbit Flex since December 25, 2013. I’ve missed the odd day here and there  simply due to missing a charge or two, but I can tell you honestly that those instances have been few and far between. I’ve been exceedingly happy with the Flex, but with all […]

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July 1, 2015

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Three Things You Can Do to Prevent Catastrophic Data Loss

Protecting your data is boring. No one wants to sit around in their free time fiddling with computer settings and getting things setup can be confusing. Consider the alternative though. All of those photos you’ve taken of your kids and your family, resumes, important documents – GONE. People are devastated when they lose their data […]

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June 16, 2015

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Photos a Mess? Try the New Flickr

When I was growing up I thought my family took a lot of pictures. In fact, I think my mom is still attempting to organize twenty five year’s worth of photos as we speak. It’s an ongoing, laborious task and even with all the technological advances of the past ten years, it’s still a giant […]

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June 5, 2015

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Where I’ve Been, and Day One Journal Updates

I don’t often fill this spot with personal posts but I’ve been away from the site for a little bit and I have a few things to say, so I figured why not? A few of you have even suggested I do this more often so hopefully it reaches a few of you! So why the […]

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April 27, 2015

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How to Travel With Your iPhone and Keep Data Usage in Check

When you travel to a different country having your iPhone with you and in working order can be a life saver. Whether it’s finding a place to eat or obtaining directions for how to get there, having a functional phone can be quite an asset. A lot of people are terrified of receiving insanely high […]

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April 13, 2015

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The Trifecta – Todoist, Evernote, and Trello

When I signed up for Evernote a few years ago I immediately came to appreciate one of its core benefits – the fact that it stores my data in the cloud. Storage of important information and key documents aside, Evernote got me hooked on the idea of storing important information in the cloud (of course, always […]

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February 8, 2015

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Apple Photos App Coming this Spring

If you own an Apple computer you’re no doubt a fan of their hardware and software design. It’s also fair to say that at one point or another you’ve used iPhoto during which time you asked yourself “how the hell did this make it past Apple quality control?”. It always served it’s purpose I guess, but […]

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