Google Reader Users Have No Fear. Feedly Has Your Back!!!

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Helping debug apps has it’s perks…

I was rather distraught (just like a lot of other folks) when Google announced yesterday that it was shutting down Google Reader. I’ve been a long time Feedly user, and my blogs synchronizes directly through Google Reader. I wasn’t sure which direction I would go. Until Feedly swooped in and saved the day! Continue reading “Google Reader Users Have No Fear. Feedly Has Your Back!!!”

Cloud Life: 5 Free Tools to Get What you Need Whenever and Wherever You Need It

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I’ve been at my new job for a little more than 6 months now. With my various projects and clients, you can call me Mac toting, dual booting, .Net slinging, PHP wrangling, MVC hacking, Ruby learning, Android packing, Kindle browsing, iPhone testing, amateur blogging kind of geek. Whew! With all that said, I need a way to easily keep dibs on my files, music, pictures, and other miscellaneous things without having to install a million different programs. I also want to have a consistent set of programs between my Mac, PC, and Android so that I don’t have to “move” my data from one program to the other. Here are five free (no credit card necessary!) tools I’ve found that has helped me master my cloud life. Continue reading “Cloud Life: 5 Free Tools to Get What you Need Whenever and Wherever You Need It”

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Lifestyle Management Reloaded: Feedly

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As I mentioned earlier, I’m on a hunt to find the “one tool” or tools to help my “lifestyle management” of being able to check e-mail, facebook, twitter, and more without having tons of applications or browser windows open. The next stop is another long term player, Feedly. Continue reading “Lifestyle Management Reloaded: Feedly”