If there are several sites you visit each morning, or on an otherwise frequent basis, you can set them all as your “home page(s).” In Firefox, open the sites you want on separate tabs, and then go to options; click on “Use Current Pages,” and then click OK.  You’re done. In IE, open Internet Options […]

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Kevin on April 4th, 2012

From Google: We believe technology should work for you — to be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don’t. A team within our Google[x] group started Project Glass to build this kind of technology, one that helps you explore and share your world, putting you back in the […]

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Pat and I found ourselves with a really tight connection at DFW Tuesday night, thanks to an AA flight that was a bit late into DFW.  No running was involved, but we were walking briskly.  Thanks to a fortuitous SkyLink connection (we only had to travel one segment), we made it, but just by a […]

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By now the experience is all too familiar: your online browsing activity follows you as you browse, dictating which ads you see. Visit the Tag Heuer site for a few moments, and suddenly banner ads for Tag Heuer watches follow you as you browse other sites; check out a new laptop bag at eBags, and […]

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Kevin on February 29th, 2012 is a slick little program that is utterly great at helping you manage your email subscriptions, cleaning up your In Box in the process.  You can unsubscribe from unwanted emails in bulk, and arrange to receive emails you want to receive in a “rollup,” which aggregates the messages in a single email.  The program […]

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Kevin on February 12th, 2012

If you enjoy good writing, particularly writing that challenges and satisfies your intellectual curiosity, check out The Browser. Billing itself as a 21st century library of Writing Worth Reading, The Browser’s editors help their readers discover the best writing available by recommending articles, interviews, and books from around the globe. The site is updated daily, […]

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Kevin on February 7th, 2012

As I write this, I’m in the midst of preparing myself for The Mother of All Golf Trips: 8 guys from around the country, Fort Lauderdale/Miami area courses, 10 rounds in 6 days.  Preparation includes getting the clubs and travel bag ready, doing a little stretching, and mostly engaging in e-TrashTalking.  It should be a […]

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