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Linked-In Wednesday: the-gadgeteer.com

Do you love gadgets?  If so, you will find yourself in gadget heaven at the gadgeteer.  If not, the gadgeteer staff will play with gadgets on your behalf and provide exhaustive reviews.  The gadgeteer reviews every kind of gadget you can imagine.  They … Continue reading

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Linked-In Wednesday: HistoryPin

Historypin allows people to “pin” old photographs dating back years or even decades on to images of the same street or place as captured by Google. There’s more to historypin than “pinning” old photographs to new ones, though.  Libraries, museums, historical … Continue reading

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How to Read Better and Faster and Smaller

“What are you reading?” “How To Read Better And Faster.” “Is it any good?” “If it were, I’d have finished it by now.” (Actual conversation between my mother and father in 1983). First, let me apologize to everyone for not … Continue reading

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Linked-In Wednesday: StumbleUpon

Search engine meets social networking at StumbleUpon.com. StumbleUpon helps you discover and share great websites with friends and other web-surfers with similar interests.  As you click the Stumble! logo, you’ll see pages matched to your personal preferences. These pages have been recommended by … Continue reading

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Could your library help you do this?

Robert Nay just launched his first iPhone App four weeks ago, and it’s already been downloaded 2,000,000 times.  But Robert is not a professional computer programmer, nor does he work for a gaming company.  He is a fourteen year-old teen … Continue reading

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