In the past I have written about cord cutters, the dying mainstream media and the correlation between the two. If you’re still using the dying, dinosaur mainstream media, stop immediately!
The summer running season is just getting started and as I’m preparing to run my first 5K of the season this weekend I look back at the apps that I have used to get me ready. I will vouch for both of them, they are awesome. Both apps also have great integrated music players and your running results can be posted to facebook or twitter so your friends can laugh at them. ;) So without further ado, here are the apps I use and highly recommend… . Couch 2 5K… Read More
This is the latest wallpaper I made for my phone. Just a little something I do to freshen up the look of the phone. I get tired of looking at the standard wallpaper’s that are included with the phone so I usually make my own. I’ve included the photoshop file so you can customize the text for your own use because I’m sure you don’t want my name on your phone (unless you have my name too). I may make more of these in the future so check back often under… Read More
Long Islanders! And to those of you visiting this summer… Are you getting ready for the summer? Here are some great Apps to help you plan your Long Island summer…. Top 25 Long Island – a free app that simply lists the top 25 places to visit on Long Island. From Belmont Racetrack to the Old Westbury Gardens, this is the simplest app I’ve found to use. There is not a ton of info about each individual place but you get just what you need – a brief description, a… Read More
Evernote made a significant upgrade this week that I like. You now have the ability to share your notebooks on facebook and twitter. I tested out the shared notebook functionality with a test posting which posted to my twitter account here…. But first… What is Evernote? Evernote is a suite of software and services designed for notetaking and archiving available in a paid version or a more restricted, advertising-supported, “free” version. A “note” can be a piece of formattable text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten… Read More
Google gets extremely serious about security surrounding gmail after the recent Epsilon security breach where the email addresses of millions of customers of up to 50 major companies may have been compromised. Google is certainly not taking this lightly as they have already implemented a new security feature called “2 step verification” that is available on all Gmail accounts and I am very impressed with the new feature. But you do have to go in and turn it on. It’s not for the tech newbie. Security has really been beefed… Read More