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No More Worrying About Appropriate Content – Vine For Kids Has Arrived.

We love our little ones. They are our pride and joy and the reason we work so hard. Right? They are also a little loud sometimes and occasionally difficult to control or get to sit still. It doesn’t make you a bad parent to hand over your phone or tablet every now and then to [...]

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Reading Books On Your Devices, And Which Service is Best For You

Now that we’ve all got tiny computers that we carry around everywhere we go, we’ve now got access to all the information. All of it. Almost all the time. Are we using these little computers to improve our lives and gain knowledge, or just to read about what someone on Facebook made for dinner? Without [...]

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Review: The New LinkedIn Job App is Simple and Effective

I’m just going to say it. I’ve been impressed with LinkedIn. On its way to irrelevancy just a few short years ago, they’ve really stepped up their act, becoming a go-to resource for staying connected to coworkers, movers and shakers in your industry. They’ve really stepped up their mobile app and their online presence, and [...]

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Walmart’s Vudu Spark Is A Small Price And Offers Even Smaller Options

We are in the age of cable cutting. With so much content available via the Internet, people are searching for ways to get rid of cable but still be able to use that huge flat screen in their living room. Cutting the cable would not be worth it if you had to watch everything on [...]

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How to Live Stream The Super Bowl for Free

Super Bowl Sunday is only a week away, so now is a good time to start figuring out your plans, including where and how you’re going to watch it. NBC will be streaming the big game on February 1 via their free ‘Sports Live Extra’ app, available for iPad, and their desktop website. NBC can’t [...]

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Target Adopts Curbside, So This Might Actually Become A Thing

If it makes shopping any easier, then I’m all about it. There are a lot of apps that claim to make the experience faster or more convenient, but sometimes that just isn’t the case. Last fall I used and reviewed the Taco Bell App. You could order, pay for, and pick up your food, but [...]

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Run a Small Business? Keep an Eye on Your Competitors with This

My day job is at a NYSE-traded company. They began their social media efforts eight years ago with one guy, and today, that guy has built an entire department. They manage SEO, a corporate blog, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn content, along with Pinterest and Instagram. They’re constantly in touch with our consumers. And so are our [...]

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This Ultimate Productivity Bundle Has Life Changing Potential

I’ve been writing a lot these past few weeks about the New Year and getting things off to a great start. I love the idea of a fresh start and doing better than before. Apparently, so does Pocket. “Pocket has teamed up with Evernote, Wunderlist, and LastPass to bring you The Productivity Pack along with a bonus gift [...]

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See for the Blind with This Helpful App

Once, when I was in college, I was invited to a school-sponsored lunch with a large group of other students. I joined a table and a conversation among four individuals, but I felt a little left out—they didn’t even acknowledge my presence! Well, come to find out, they were all blind. I learned all about [...]

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Facebooking at Work? It’s OK with Their New App

I would hazard to guess that you’re at work right now, reading this blog. Sure, it’s possible you’re reading at home, in the morning while sipping your coffee or in the evening in the after-dinner/before-bed hours. But when we’re all at work from eight to five, sitting in front of our computers, sometimes it’s impossible [...]

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