Tag: hassle

Feb 16 2012

How to: Send PaperPort Documents to Thunderbird [easy]

There’s a problem with PaperPort  that’s lacking a little bit, but for the most part I believe the overall interface of PaperPort is outstanding, the flow of the application works for me and I can organize my stuff the way I’d like to, but the problem I have is fairly simple and Nuance has been …

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Feb 14 2011

Review: TeamViewer 6 – A Must have.

Two years ago, I did a review on TeamViewer and back then I was impressed with the Remote Desktop abilities of the version they had then. I have been so impressed with the growth of TeamViewer and consistent and high level of service they provide. It’s clear that they have chose to take their product/service …

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Feb 05 2011

Android Market is bad… AppBrain App Market = Awesome.

My disappointment in the Android Market presentation is beyond depressing. For the last year and a half, I have had my Android phone and recently updated to a Droid x phone; it’s definitely better than the last phone [original Droid], but while applications are being updated, the Market isn’t. The way the Android Market is …

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Nov 27 2010

Cyber Monday – Shopping Safely Online

Cyber Monday is the first Monday after Thanksgiving, after Black Friday. While Black Friday is the most popular day to shop at the brick and mortar stores, cyber Monday is the busiest shopping day online. I would guess that cyber Monday is on Monday, simply because people are returning to work where they have a …

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Jul 23 2010

Swype The Destruction Of Words

I was reading a article last week about the hurdles of having to type in words in to smartphones; yes, I think we all understand how much of a hassle it is to have to find those little keys and type those long words and attempt to make sense from the LOL and the ROTFL …

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Jan 15 2010

Updates: Hootsuite keeps getting better!

Hootsuite added a new feature to the site. Hootsuite is a social networking hub that consolidates status updates; doing all of them from one spot with a smooth interface. Having to visit various websites to update your social status is a hassle and if your going to do stuff like that, it’s better to do …

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Oct 28 2009

Screenshot Tour of Windows Live Writer 2009

I was thinking the other day about Windows Live Writer and the fact it’s a great program and it’s surprisingly from Microsoft. It’s interesting though as you’re making a decision about offline blogging programs you almost always have to download and install the program to see what’s actually being offered and this is [to me] …

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Oct 09 2009

Lack of Filtering Options for Twitter – is a reason for leaving it.

The only reason you wouldn’t know about Twitter is if you live in a hole somewhere or had your head in the sand. Twitter is everywhere. TV, blogs, corporate websites and i’ve actually seen it on business cards. It’s popularity is huge right now and while it can informative, helpful and social, there’s always the …

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