Knowledge Sharing

I have knowledge. You can haz it.

Share Links Like a Boss

05.23.2014
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  So, I love sending people articles I find (which is why I’m going to be adding more of those here) but I’m picky about how they look. I don’t share from feedly because it creates a big word regurgitation that no one will want to read. I like pocket, because it provides previews and […]

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The Internet: Is It Putting You at Risk?

06.14.2011
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There was a time when “the Internet” was synonymous with anonymity. You’d read comments like: “Dude, it’s the internet. Who cares?” or “What difference does it make? It’s just the internet.” Usually this was in response to some outrageous bit of flaming or trolling. That world no longer exists. Nowadays, with Facebook, the ability to […]

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Recommended iPhone App: iReadG Free

05.31.2011
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I love my Google Reader.  I can read it anywhere, I can add feeds from anywhere, and I can organize it easily.  But, when I got my iPhone, I wanted to be able to read my fave feeds on my phone.  I didn’t want to find a new reader; I had everything set up exactly […]

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Feeding Your iPhone

05.23.2011

As you may have noticed, given the many Kindle posts, I’m all about finding (and sharing with you) the tech gadgets, sites, and programs that work for me as a reader and writer. Also, I got an iPhone for Mother’s Day. :) So, you can look forward to some great reading and/or writerly apps. Tomorrow, […]

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Kindlefeeder Revisited: Premium Service

04.14.2011

Since my last post about awesome websites that make the Kindle even MORE awesome than it already is, I’ve paid for premium service with Kindlefeeder.com. How much? I paid $19.95 USD for one year of premium service. Why upgrade? I’ll go into all the features a premium membership brings in just a minute.  But the […]

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You Can LOAN Kindle Books?

03.17.2011

Yes, apparently, you can LOAN your Kindle ebooks.  At least, some of them.  I find this awesome because it allows you to say, “Hey, I think you’re going to love this author.  Give this book a try!” My nephew and I are finding that our reading preferences cross in strange places.  So, we’re a little […]

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