Category Archives: Tech toys and tools

There Is Always A Learning Curve

Okay, maybe if you do a project like setting up a wiki often enough that isn’t entirely true. But in my experience, since each project is different, you will encounter something new that makes you feel like a beginner all … Continue reading

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Pinterest Follow Up

A while back I posted about one of the hottest new Internet tools, Pinterest. I quickly saw the potential for it to become a major time sink if I wasn’t careful. That concern is an important one for me in … Continue reading

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Pinterest

I received my invitation to join Pinterest this morning and have spent far too much time already exploring this tool. It’s a social bookmarking site based around images. Think of it as the digital, online equivalent of a giant cork … Continue reading

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

As this picture demonstrates, sometimes a picture really does a better job conveying a message. In this case, a visual display of hundreds of starfish, one for each book read, has a much bigger impact than just stating that the … Continue reading

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Much More Than Just a Tech Toy

After having a few weeks to get to know and enjoy my iPad2, I’m pleased that it has turned out to be a useful tool in even more ways than I expected. I spent the first week exploring some apps, … Continue reading

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My New Tech Toy – iPad2

Yes, I admit it. I stood in line at Best Buy on Friday to get a new iPad on the launch day. Does that qualify me as an Apple geek? Or just crazy? Before you make that judgment, let me … Continue reading

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