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Stop sharing this Facebook scam!

Another day, another Facebook hoax that you’re helping to spread like wildfire because you don’t take a second to read it and realize how ridiculous it is. When a friend reminded me of this earlier today, one friend had shared it. Now, 2 hours later, we’re up to three. No …

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Apple is an agent of chaos

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Rumors have been swirling about Apple planning to remove the headphone jack on the next iPhone to make it thinner, and therefore requiring headphones and earbuds to be connected via lightning cable. I think the Joker said it best in The Dark Knight: “Introduce a little anarchy. Upset the established …

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Twitter Moments: There’s no Lightning

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I was so excited about Twitter moments. Twitter, with all its real-time data, was destined to hit a home run here. Hire a staff of people to curate and capture what we’re talking about and drive conversation to the point where current users are excited and new users sign up …

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Problem with Apple Weather app on iOS

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There’s something weird happening with the Apple Weather app for iOS, the stock one that you have probably replaced with a better one anyhow. But I digress; accuracy matters no matter what the situation. My wife gets the credit for noticing it first. Note the photo to the left and …

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I love my Apple Watch, but …

Let me start by saying that I love my Apple Watch. I love glancing down and instantly seeing the temperature. I love reading and responding to text messages without having to remove my iPhone from my pocket, even if responding via Siri is far from perfect. I love knowing the …

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The trouble with Twitter Moments

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As someone who has been using Twitter since 2008, I was not particularly excited about its new product Moments. Advertised as a curated way to keep up with the best of Twitter organized by subject, my first thought was … why would I need that? I follow the accounts I …

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Why you should follow me on Snapchat

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You should follow me on Snapchat. I know what you’re thinking. You already follow me on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram and everywhere else, so why in the world do you need to follow me in another place. Fair question, and I totally get it. Before I got excited about …

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My Apple Watch Flipboard Magazine

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View my Flipboard Magazine. I remember when I was so bummed waiting for my Apple Watch. People were getting theirs and reviewing them and all I had was a UPS “processing” status to keep refreshing every 30 seconds. Now my Apple Watch Flipboard magazine is one of the most popular …

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The great Apple Watch letdown of 2015

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I’ve been using Apple products since 1984, when I was in 7th grade. The guy who ran the computer lab let me come in every morning to help load the Apple Macintoshes with the Bank Street Writer and Oregon Trail. Those are fond memories, although 7th grade ended up really …

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Twitter direct messages: Change is good

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Twitter direct messages just got more useful and powerful. The platform made a big change today to the core features better known as DMs. Now you can opt in to receive direct — or private — messages from anyone, even if you don’t follow that person or if they don’t …

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