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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!!!”

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Lifestyle Management Reloaded: Conclusion

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So here we are at the end of our quest to find the “one tool” or tools to help with “lifestyle management”. I hope this has given you a few ideas on some apps you can use. Maybe it even gave you some ideas for something you’ve never tried before, aggregating all your social communications into a single place. Continue reading “Lifestyle Management Reloaded: Conclusion”

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Lifestyle Management Reloaded: Homegrown

 

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As we continue on our quest to find the “one tool” or tools to help my “lifestyle management”, I must admit that it’s been difficult because there really hasn’t been anything that perfectly fits the gap. So let’s stop for a moment and think, what about building it myself? Continue reading “Lifestyle Management Reloaded: Homegrown”

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Lifestyle Management Reloaded: TweetDeck, Trillian, HootSuite, and Others

 

Lifestyle Management

As we continue on our quest to find the “one tool” or tools to help my “lifestyle management”, I’ve come across several options that don’t necessarily fit all of my needs, but have some great features that might pair nicely together to fit my needs. We’ll take a look at those now. Continue reading “Lifestyle Management Reloaded: TweetDeck, Trillian, HootSuite, and Others”

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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”