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Kindle Versus iPad: Good, Better, Best

When it comes to pitting Amazon's Kindle against Apple's iPad, it's hard for me to characterize them as anything other than good, better, best. I've had my Kindle for a little over a year and my iPad for about a month, and  I still love them both. I think they're very different pieces of technology,…

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Quick Tip: Use Your Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts

Although my husband was a graphic designer, I've only recently started using Photoshop myself. I do a little bit of photo editing, but I really enjoy working with graphics more. Whether you're using it for photography or design, one of the keys to getting the most out of Photoshop is to use hotkeys for the…

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Question of the Day: How Has Technology Made Your Life Easier?

I recently finished reading Last Light by Terri Blackstock (which is still available free for the Kindle!), a story that follows a family in the South after an unexplained atmospheric event renders all electronics, communication, transportation, financial institutions, media and even governments useless around the world. The book focuses on one family and their faith…

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Work Faster by NOT Organizing Your Files

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: The organizers of the world are flicking paper clips and shooting rubber bands at me while they place me soundly in the “naughty” file, I know. Don’t get me wrong, some organization is great. But while you all are fiddling with your tables, graphs, columns and…

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The Development of the Camera over the Years

I am so thankful for the development of photography as an affordable medium for capturing memories. I've often said that I'd eat rice and beans in order to afford a new camera if mine ever broke, because it's really that important to me. Just for fun, I put together this gallery with some of the…

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Tips for Reposting an Older Post

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It's Christmas week, and most of us have things we'd rather be doing than sitting in front of the computer blogging. But if you consider blogging more than a hobby, you may feel a responsibility or obligation to continue posting for readers who might be expecting posts from you. You could write ahead, scheduling posts…

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How to Capture a Screenshot and Why You Might Want To

The following post is from Angela of Homegrown Mom: There is fancy software available for capturing screenshots, but if all you need is a simple photo, you can do it easily and for free. Let’s say I am putting together a sponsor kit for Blogging Your Way and I want to show where an advertiser’s…

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Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex TV: A New Way to Watch TV

The following post is from Stephanie of BizzieMommy.com: We’ve been contemplating dumping a cable for the past few years. After all, the only time it really gets any use is when we watch Weeds or Entourage. Once the seasons are over, we're left with a bunch of movies and TV shows we have no interest…

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