Monthly Archives: June 2013

Selecting Pocket Casts

I am a long time listener to podcasts. Originally, I listened to podcasts using my iPod Touch, but the iPod then didn’t provide a way to make a playlist of podcasts so once an episode completed you had to manually … Continue reading

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Painted Into A Corner

The highly anticipated iOS announcement at this year’s Apple WWDC conference confirmed the updating of the iOS user interface. Along with showing a refreshed UI, Apple announced additional features of iOS that frankly put it on par with Android and … Continue reading

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Where Is Google Taking Android?

JR Raphael says that Google is deconstructing Android, and that is awesome, but what does that mean? Google has been slowly separating the Google Experience from Android When Google first launched Android, it included core Google apps like Maps, Gmail, … Continue reading

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Jawbone UP Time Zone Issue

I’ve been wearing the Jawbone UP wrist band since January after receiving one as a Christmas present. The UP tracks my activity and sleep and is an important part of my goal to increase my activity this year. To configure … Continue reading

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What I Learned On The Lake Michigan 2013 Tour

As I last wrote, last week I traveled around Lake Michigan, visiting family and friends, and I packed a fair amount of tech gear for the trip. Now that I am back in the friendly confines of my home, I … Continue reading

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