Author Archives: theTechWhat

RSS Feeds: Feedreader

Ever since I came across RSS feeds (during the podcast explosion of … 2005?), I’ve been trying to find a way that would make them work better for me. This has been a work in progress that is constantly being … Continue reading

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Milpon: Free iPod/iPhone Remember the Milk App

I’ve probably been using Remember the Milk for over a year now. Ever since I got my touch, I’ve searched on a monthly basis for a free app that would allow me to access my Remember the Milk tasks. About … Continue reading

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Sixth Sense w/ Technology

Imagine looking at your wrist and seeing a clock appear with the current time. Imagine taking a picture using nothing more than your fingertips. Imagine reading a newspaper and seeing a video clip augmenting the article that you are reading. … Continue reading

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Google Tasks: How it Stacks Against "Remember The Milk"

While I used to be terribly disorganized, I have made many strides … now I’m just “kind of” disorganized. I currently use “Remember the Milk” to manage my ToDo list. I’ve tried all kinds of things including “I Want Sandy” … Continue reading

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Mozy: Off-site Data Back-Up Solution (Review)

I finally committed to an off-site data backup solution (Mozy). I ended up going with a two year deal and saved 20% with this Mozy promotional code. I have to say though, I’m really not all that impressed. I’m glad … Continue reading

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Ubuntu Studio – Eliminate Checksum Error

A friend of mine recently sent me a link for a distribution of linux called Ubuntu Studio … a special flavor of Ubuntu geared towards people that produce media in various forms (audio, video, print, web, etc.). I checked out … Continue reading

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TripIt Integration

I stumbled across the web site TripIt.com a few months ago but never really gave it a try. This evening I decided to give it a whirl one more time … especially since it now has the iPhone app to … Continue reading

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Good-bye to iCal (Not "Romance") – A Google Calendar/iPhone Solution

I’ve been debating on utilizing the active sync for Google calendar and my iPod touch. The big delay for me was that sync only supported 5 calendars … I know what you’re thinking “… you have MORE than 5 calendars???” … Continue reading

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No Phish for You! (Location Bar 2)

About a week or two ago, I stumbled upon this nugget and just had to share. Anyone remotely concerned with keeping his or her machine secure and free of malware, viruses, worms, rootkits, etc. should already be using Firefox. That … Continue reading

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True Crypt

Traveling with data has always made me nervous because of the possibility of losing my thumb drive … with passwords, FTP info, POP3 email (still working on a solution for that one), etc. This same problem transcends my thumb drive … Continue reading

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