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Waze is My New Favorite App

I love Android and Google Maps. I’ve used them for years and would have gotten lost many times if it weren’t for the free turn-by-turn navigation. Also, Maps keeps getting better with features like its traffic view, and for a while my only complaint was that it wouldn’t remember my decision to avoid toll roads. […]

A Case for the Kindle (and How it Got Me into Reading)

I’d like to make a case for the Kindle – and not the kind you put around it. In middle and high school, I begrudgingly read required materials, but rarely (if ever) read for pleasure. A bit over a year ago I decided that I wanted to start reading on my own time, so I […]

View Hidden LinkedIn Profiles: A Workaround

A few weeks ago I said I wanted to “Return to the Blogosphere.” Since then, I have started writing three posts, but published none. In an effort to make good on my promise, I figured I would go ahead and share a tip that I use often, especially┬áthis time of year as I begin my […]

Return to the Blogosphere

I’ve never been a huge fan of blogging. I’ve done it because I had to, and I’ve done it on a couple of occasions thanks to a burst of inspiration and a slow evening. However, some of the doubts I expressed in the first post I ever wrote on this site still remain – namely, […]

The World’s Listserve

Today my friend Wes directed me to a new project/website: The Listserve. The video on its website further explains what the header states pretty simply: This is an e-mail lottery. One person a day wins a chance to write to the growing list of subscribers. It could be you. The introductory video interviews several people, […]