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As ubiquitous as digital technology is in today’s society, it’s hard to ignore some of the friction that it creates. In the workplace, digital distractions are a huge topic of conversation a... Read more
This is the age of agile. Our digital landscape is changing so frequently and to such an extent, that software needs to be equally quick to respond. The problem is, that in order for softwar... Read more
Wide area networks (WANs) are convenient and cost-efficient ways to connect different parts of your business together, even when separated by physical distance. However, WAN connectivity isn... Read more
Do you hire a house sitter when you go away? If you’re like most people, you probably don’t. At best, you have a pet sitter who walks and feeds the dogs or a neighbor who waters your plants.... Read more
Did you know that having amazing technology at our fingertips can cause us to make mistakes unintentionally – mistakes that violate the law? Here are seven examples of how using technology c... Read more
Technology is such a breath of fresh air when it comes to every aspect of running a successful business. You find yourself stumped by a certain process, only to have technology save the day.... Read more
By now you’ve probably already heard enough about the importance of keywords. You know that keyword stuffing is a bad thing, even though there are still many websites that do it. You should... Read more
Just uploaded an extensive update to Todo.txt for Android to the Google Play Store! Todo.txt for Android now archives completed tasks, supports swipe-to-complete, has smarter Dropbox sync, a... Read more
The NY Times’ Tim Kreider’s defense of idleness: Idleness is not just a vacation, an indulgence or a vice; it is as indispensable to the brain as vitamin D is to the body, and de... Read more
At ThinkUp, we’ve produced a lot of developer documentation on how to write great PHP code, the kind of code that’s worthy of acceptance into the project. But if I were to sugges... Read more
On our third episode of In Beta, Kevin and I discussed webapps that require you to enter your username and password to accounts that can move your money around or purchase items—namely... Read more
It bugs me when technologists automatically blame subpar creative work on “design by committee.” Individuals can make mediocre stuff just as easily as groups can make mediocre st... Read more
Nick Barrett’s handy If This Then That recipe adds an item to the todo.txt file in your Dropbox via GChat. Clever. Read more
In this video interview, Brett Slatkin, Googler and co-creator of PubSubHubbub, talks briefly about his vision of decentralized sharing, where users publish on their own web site and push th... Read more
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