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App of the Week: Audible

App of the Week: Audible

My app this week is a free one called Audible. Audible.com, as described on their site, is “a premier provider of digital audiobooks and more.” The way audible works, you sign up for a membership which allows you to use credits for free books or purchase books at a discounted rate. There are different tiers … Continue reading

App of the Week: Fast Camera

App of the Week: Fast Camera

I’ve been trying out a new app this week called, Fast Camera.  The app name pretty much sums it up.  It’s a camera and it’s fast.  Like another app I reviewed (Capture), Fast Camera begins doing its thing as soon as you open the app.  It immediately begins click, click, clicking. What that means for you is … Continue reading

iPad new or iPad 2- what’s the difference?

iPad new or iPad 2- what’s the difference?

Thursday is usually my “App of the Week” review day, but with Apple just announcing the “new iPad” yesterday, I felt I should throw that in the mix today instead of my typical app post.  My app review can wait. So, the new iPad, is it worth it? I would never call myself an Apple “fanboy” … Continue reading

App of the Week: RunKeeper

App of the Week: RunKeeper

I am not a runner.  On occasion I run, but it’s usually only to balance out repeated bad choices with food.  And, when I run, it’s typically on a treadmill while watching something highly intellectual like Psych.  I am actually trying to do that a little more frequently these days because my family is doing the Shamrock … Continue reading

Wait… something’s different

Wait… something’s different

For those of you who’ve been viewing my site on an iPad, the site should look a little different now.  I took away the special iPad view format with the “swipe” option.  I’ve been playing around with the settings and menu options a bunch, but just can’t get it all to show correctly on the iPad view. … Continue reading

Look ma, no hands!

Look ma, no hands!

I wrote a post a few weeks ago about wirelessly transferring my photographs from my DSLR camera to Dropbox using an Eye-Fi card. At the time I thought it was a great idea but hadn’t used it for very long.  I loved the concept of not having to hook my camera up to my computer, and then … Continue reading