Palm Pre Tasks still not Getting My Things Done

September 6, 2009

Apparently they’ve improved the tasks filters on the Palm Pre, giving you the ability to filter by Priorty.  But with no categories, this still leaves GTD’ers in the dark. I’m still waiting for WebOS, but for different reasons: I want HotSync for the Palm Pre app “classic” which appears will be enabled with the new […]

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Dentists Forced To Market More As Appointments Dry Up

August 15, 2009

Shared by Dave We all need to buck up and get out there these days. Even industries where, in the past, clients and customers showed up at the door are now needing to reach out and draw people. It’s time to reevaluate your marketing efforts – and might I suggest, that in additional to the […]

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WordPress Exploit Allows Admin Password Reset

August 12, 2009

Shared by Dave Alert to all WordPress blog users. Slashdot is reporting a vulnerability in WordPress 2.8.3. You should get yours patched up to 2.8.4 ASAP. Multiple readers have sent word of a vulnerability in WordPress 2.8.3 which allows anyone to lock an admin out of his or her account by resetting the password. “The […]

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iTunes 9 Will Be a Bloated Social Monster [Rumor]

August 12, 2009

Shared by Dave It’s unfortunate that software developers feel they need to increasingly bloat out their products. Too often a particular software starts out as an amazing offering, only to evolve into over-indulging piece of bloat that causes your computer to come to a crawl. iTunes is this way. I’ve never been an iTunes fan […]

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Taking Those First Steps To Kicking The Junk Food Habit

August 11, 2009

Shared by Dave First off – what does this have to do with technology and small business? Because with both we end up working longer hours and neglecting the important things such as our health. So with that, I’d like to add the obvious “exercise.” For me, there’s nothing that helps me avoid junk food […]

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Asus Disney Netpal netbook set to ship next week

August 11, 2009

Shared by Dave Here’s a new Netbook for all you Disney fans…and your kids of course. Nothing special really, just more netbooks. But the colors… 🙂 Last week I noticed drivers for a new netbook show up on the Asus support site. After doing a little digging, I realized the Eee PC MK90H is just […]

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Facebook Proposes To Ban Sponsored Status Updates

August 11, 2009

Shared by Dave I guess I haven’t run into a lot of “commercial status” items from friends. Maybe I’m too picky about who I friend. 🙂 But it seems to me that people ought to be able to status whatever they want. Isn’t that the whole point? Thoughts? Today Facebook has posted a note to […]

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Social Networking-Home Grown

August 4, 2009

For being technologically inclined, and frankly, a major techno-geek; I’m a little slow to adopt new social networking aspects.  I only got on Facebook last year, and that was just because most of my family and friends had already joined and were using it, and I just joined Twitter last week.  I haven’t really done […]

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A hearty welcome to NewsGator users

August 3, 2009

Shared by Dave Awesome news for NewsGator fans/users. —– A little while back, our friends over at NewsGator told us that lots of people who use their client RSS readers like FeedDemon and NetNewsWire had been asking for the ability to synchronize with Google Reader, since maintaining two separate subscription lists was a hassle. Today, […]

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Get 15 Minutes of Airport Wi-Fi by Asking [Air Travel Tip]

August 3, 2009

Shared by Dave Something for all you RoadWarriors to watch for. Wise Bread blogger Sharon Harvey Rosenberg wanted to check some email at New York City’s LaGuardia Airport, but, like most airports, found herself hitting a paywall with the name “Boingo” attached to it. Rather than pay a king’s ransom for the time until her […]

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