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  • Blog Post: Tips to help you work less and relax more in 2009

    Certainly, today's always-on-and-available-anywhere technology can lead to addictive work habits. We've all seen examples of that among friends and family. But having a cheap, convenient, 24/7 global reach through technology can also efficiently enable you to live the life you've always wanted. The...
  • Blog Post: Use Windows Live Writer to publish to your blog

    For those people wanting an easy to use weblog (blog) tool, then look no further than Windows Live Writer. This tool can be used with a multitude of blog interfaces supported by Live Spaces, Google Blogs, etc. It is very easy to use and comes with a number of add-ins such as for posting videos that are...
  • Blog Post: How to listen to music on your phone

    People usually get a Windows Mobile–powered phone because they want to get e-mail on their phone. That's a good reason. There's something really cool about being able to check your e-mail wherever you are. I never fail to get oohs and ahhs whenever I show people e-mail on my phone. But even if you...
  • Blog Post: Track your expenses on the go

    Have you ever struggled to figure out if a small piece of paper that went through the wash was an important business receipt — or just a piece of lint? For most people, keeping track of their expenses is about as much fun as an all-day staff meeting. But a Windows Mobile powered device and expense-tracking...
  • Blog Post: What is Bluetooth?

    Is the name Bluetooth new to you? If so, read on. (If not, this article may be too basic for your tastes…) If you've seen people walking around with an object stuck in their ear that's vaguely reminiscent of the earpiece that Chief Communications Officer Uhura wore in the original Star Trek TV series...
  • Blog Post: Take your files with you

    USB flash drives are not revolutionary, but the comments we’ve gotten about them in 7 ways to share information show that they’re not as well-known as I thought. Also, I used mine last week to take some files to my relative’s house and I got a load of comments about it from my family and at the local...
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