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Google’s latest shiny new toy- Google+

This morning, I received an invite into Google latest attempt to slow down Facebook – Google+.  It’s a service that has been receiving its fair share of initial praise from the technorati, probably because Google has implemented Google+ with what we’ve come to know as basic social networking conventions. Things like a newsfeed, profiles with [...]


Google Chrome OS May Breathe New Life Into That Old PC In the Back of Your Closet

Chances are, you’re got an old PC sitting around.  Most likely it’s stashed away in the back of a closet in your house.  Behind that tennis racket you never pick up.  And right next to your dusty rollerblades.  You probably often think to yourself how you should get rid of all that stuff.  Stick it [...]


How I Ported Data from My Old Treo to My New iPhone 3GS

Yes, I have finally made the leap to an iPhone.  I picked up my new iPhone 3GS on Friday and have been lost in its brillance ever since. In so doing, I left my Palm Treo 755p behind. And I’m now off the Palm platform for the first time in a decade.  As you might [...]


Google’s new toy is so shiny they named it "Chrome"

Today, Google dove headfirst into the browser wars by releasing their own browser – Chrome.  I’ve downloaded it, installed it, and have now been using it for 30 minutes.  Here’s what I’m thinking… Yes, it loads super fast.  And that is definitely a welcome improvement from my beloved, but sometimes hated Mozilla Firefox.  Firefox currently [...]


How we bootstrapped Shiny New Toy

It’s getting easier and easier to start a company.  The tools you can use to operate, manage, and communicate with the folks you work with are becoming more robust and dirt cheap to adopt.  Here’s a few of the services and tools we used to bootstrap Shiny New Toy and get things off the ground. [...]


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