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Online relationship that are real

I received a Christmas card from a friend in Germany, and was touched. I’ve known her for 13 years, consider her one of my closest friends, yet I’ve never met her in person; never had held in my hand an […]

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I received a Christmas card from a friend in Germany, and was touched. I’ve known her for 13 years, consider her one of my closest friends, yet I’ve never met her in person; never had held in my hand an […]

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Hedy Lamarr: Actress, and inventor

Hedy Lamarr, the exotically beautiful star of Hollywood's Golden Age in the 1940’s, was more than just a pretty face on the silver screen. She was also an inventor

Internet piracy: It’s here so learn new ways to profit

Just because 70 percent of your peers do it, does that make it right? That figure refers to the number of people between 18 to 29 who have engaged in copyright

Reading Revolution: From books to tablets and phones

Prolific, seemingly compulsive writer Stephen King mentioned in his book "On Writing" published in 1980, that he carries a pocketable paperback book wherever he goes, so that he can

Future computing: One rules all

It's becoming more and more common. Americans and Europeans are using not one, not two, but three discrete types of Internet connected devices for work, play, idle downtime, reading,

Moto Phones: Best budget phones

This is an update to a review I wrote about my personal phone,the Moto G,  and the introduction of its lower specced, but still high performing little brother, the

Streaming video is the new technology

The term “cutting the cord” used to mean giving up your landline telephone altogether and relying completely on your cell phone. Indeed that process is well underway, with 60

Information Superhighway is still uncharted

Though I write regularly about the Internet and the various devices with which we access it for work, pleasure, staying in touch with family and friends and communicating in

Steve Jobs was wrong: Bigger is better with iPhone 6

Despite the carping by critics that the new iPhones, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, were not groundbreaking in any sense, that they were in fact playing

Obsolescence is no longer planned

Remember the phrase "planned obsolescence"? It was a business strategy that was employed by manufacturers to design and build into into its products, from conception, the process of becoming

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