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Seidio Active iPad 2 Case Review

The Case I Didn’t Want to Love Growing up, my parents would make me eat all types of food. “If you don’t like it, you don’t have to keep eating it, but you must taste it” they’d tell me. I’m glad they did. I’ve learned to eat snails, sushi, calf fries (look it up), and […]

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A Republic, If You Can Keep It. Go Vote.

Whether or not you believe that corporations are ruining our government and destroying our existence, you should go vote. No voting = no complaining. Do your part. “Well, Doctor, what have we got—a Republic or a Monarchy?” “A Republic, if you can keep it.” The response is Benjamin Franklin’s when asked at the close of […]

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Privacy Concerns Don’t Matter

There’s so much chatter surrounding your privacy online.  People are often amazed when I tell them that I not only know where they live but how much their house cost because of the local tax appraisal district website.  *gasp*  If I take five minutes I can likely find your email address, figure out where you […]

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16 New foursquare Badges for SXSW

Being an avid @foursquare player, I was tinkering on the website when I stumbled onto the page with a foursquare party, 16 new badges, foursquare swag and temporary tattoos.  Track down the right people at the Sobe  Lounge, Microsoft Bing Booth, IFC Crossroads House and SXSW Web Awards. Needless to say, I can’t wait to unlock these […]

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You Come Here Often

One of my favorite applications to share with people is Wikitude.  Wikitude is considered an “augmented reality” application.  Basically, with Wikitude, it uses the compass, gps and camera on an Android phone or iPhone to give you details about what you’re looking at and what is surrounding you.  Say you’re looking at the Alamo with […]

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It’s cheap and shareable, but is it simple?

Guy Kawasaki was dead on  when he wrote here that the new economics of entrepreneurship are allowing people to build and develop new technologies and platforms inexpensively.  And Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook was absolutely right  in this video when he discussed the opportunities for transparency and real world information to be distributed across different platforms […]

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