Monthly Archives: January 2011

Smartphone Sunday – How to Decide Which to Get

I know I’ve spent part of the first few posts cautioning against the deluge of information we can get these days and its relative worth.  The fact remains that smartphones are one of the greatest growing portions of technology these … Continue reading

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AIM for the Elderly?

Since anyone who is reading this can remember when AOL was basically the internet (wouldn’t that make shutting it off easier, Egypt?), I’ll share two thoughts.  First, AOL is obviously completely out of touch with what a business model is … Continue reading

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Documentaries more popular, or am I getting old?

  When I was a kid, I would love the end of the day when I could watch Baywatch and Knight Rider re-runs.  Were the plots very good?  Nope.  I can’t remember one Baywatch plot, although I don’t think they … Continue reading

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Kamikaze shots make me want to kamikaze

I went to “The Pub” tonight, you know, where chips are fries and crisps are chips.  It was a birthday celebration for one of Katie’s sorority sisters.  In celebration, Katie ordered 6 kamikaze shots for various people, and picked up … Continue reading

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Convenience…the right focus?

There’s something that’s been nagging me for awhile.  Let me preface this initial post by saying two things: 1) This is not a completely original thought, but hopefully brought to you in an original manner. 2) I’m guilty of what … Continue reading

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