Tag Archive: benefit

Jul 21 2014

The sad difference between the News vs Bloggers

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Two years ago, I wrote an article that was basically discussing the comparison between newspapers, journalists and bloggers. Last week was a big week for world issues and tragedies. News services around the world were scrambling to get journalists on site to document and report back to current issues that were happening. While the various …

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Jan 06 2014

I Don’t Care About Ultra HD 4K TVs; I Want What Comes Later

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It’s interesting to think about the introduction of Ultra HD 4k televisions when most cable broadcasters still offer 4:3 displays [standard resolution]; it’s stupid. And what’s more interesting is that in the past, customers purchased records and then they purchased cassettes. Then they moved from cassettes over to CDs. There’s always been a natural progression …

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Sep 11 2013

Welcome 4K And 8K Ultra High-definition TVs, But Not Anytime Soon

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Have you seen the advertisements for the ultra high-definition TVs yet? It’s amazing to think that someone is going to rush out and purchase a 60 inch ultra high-definition TV for roughly $6000. It’s staggering. That equates to roughly $1000 for every 10 inches of viewable ultrahigh definition display. Most people are perfectly happy with …

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Apr 22 2013

Are you having trouble choosing between Evernote and Google Keep?

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If you’re not already using one, you should really start thinking about using a note taking application or service to keep all the snippets of information, ideas or thoughts in a singular place so that you can retrieve them later. Most people have passing thoughts and have the inclination to say, that’s a great idea, …

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Apr 03 2013

Gmail updates their compose window to benefit mobile users

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Composing new emails with Gmail are going to different next time you use it. It’s rare that changes are made that people actually like, Change with anything is rarely acceptable to most people, but change must come and Google [which is in a constant state of beta] has added some new features to the compose …

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Feb 25 2013

Smartphones: Giving Ubuntu A Solid Chance In The Market

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Over the past couple weeks, I noticed that there’s been several articles and information about the introduction of a Firefox phone and a Ubuntu phone. I think it’s pretty bold that other companies would want to enter into a market that was already dominated by android platform, as well as Apple. It’s pretty hard imagining …

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Dec 27 2012

Android: Facebook Messenger

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On my Android phone, I  the AppBrain application market  to try to keep track of what’s popular week by week.  I continue to be amused by the recurrence of the  Instant Messenger application from Facebook,  Facebook messenger. In the description for the application, it says that you can text your friends for free, access Facebook …

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Dec 21 2012

You should try voice recognition – for free with Google’s Chrome

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If you haven’t tried speech recognition yet, you should really try to take a chance and go with it. The most common speech recognition software is dragon naturally speaking, but with tools like speech recognition from Google, after offering their services through a Chrome web browser.  Everyone can have access to speech recognition. Testing it …

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Nov 28 2012

Word/Phrase corrections with AutoHotKey, Thunderbird 17 and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

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I found a fascinating trick today.  I’ve been using Dragon NaturallySpeaking for many years and I’ve also been using AutoHotKey for years.  Both of these applications have massive pluses for use, but today I found something extraordinary. Let me start off by stating that using Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a massive benefit to being productive. it …

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May 12 2012

PaperPort 14 batch scanning and my suggestion for it…

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A couple of weeks ago, I was in the process of scanning a bunch of documents and I realized how much work I was doing in scanning in lots and lots of documents. Doc imaging needs to be easier. In another post I talked about scanning documents in to the system; the importing of these …

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