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Plugin.com

11 Sep

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i’ve used this site for only a day so far and i’m already in love with it. In their words:

“a place where you can find out great new ways to be more productive using the power of the internet and the great tools that are available for you laptop, desktop and mobile phone!

Plugin.com is devoted to using innovative means to increase productivity and quality time in our daily lives. We are always looking at the Internet for inventive ideas, or trying out software, books, mobile gadgets, and other leading-edge products/tools that can help our readers stay focused, accomplish tasks, and achieve goals. “

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Zapoint || the LifeChart™

10 Sep

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If you are interested in maintaining a Production || Production Capacity balance, Zapoint has solved your problem. They even have something for the young ladder climber looking to crack that glass ceiling. “the LifeChart™ charts the career of a young professional. Time is shown on the x-axis and a point index, which represents the value of achievements attained, is on the y-axis. The orange line accounts for educational experiences and the blue for professional.”

If you’re serious about the growth of you personal career or your business please scour Zapoint & Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms.

Mint.com

9 Sep

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Mint.com has quickly become the hippest personal finance management website. In some ways Mint competes with Mvelopes, the online budgeting program that helps you to allocate your money before you spend it, but Mint does a bit more. It makes managing your money fun while taking almost all of the work out of it. In five minutes you can open an account, enter your bank and credit card info, and you are done. Mint will pull all of your balance and transaction information and provides great graphic detail of your financial life.

Not only does Mint break down your spending behavior, it will alert you when your balance is low, when a bill is due or when you have overspent your budget. But wait, there’s more! Mint.com also give you personalized money savings tips based on how you are spending your money.

You can feel confident that your data with Mint.com is safe. After you enter your banking information in your account, your user names and passwords cannot be viewed in any way. Your data is not stored in any way, and financial transactions cannot be made with Mint. That means Mint employees and Mint hackers will never have access to this information.

Mint.com also uses Yodlee, the same online banking service provider that is used by leading US financial institutions. You can feel confident your account is safe and sound with Yodlee, as they are audited by the FDIC and the Federal Reserve, among others.

Google Wave

9 Sep

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Google Wave is a new tool for communication and collaboration on the web, coming later this year. Watch the demo video below, sign up for updates and learn more about how to develop with Google Wave.

take a sneak peak here

Google OS

8 Jul

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Google says it will develop a computer operating system. The product isn’t due out for a year, so there’s not much to say about its technical worth, other than it will be based on the popular open-source Linux system. [ Forbes ]

read article here

Sonos

30 Jun

Music in your house.

When it comes to playing music, we believe all rooms should be created equal. That’s why you can put ZonePlayers in absolutely any room where you want music — either connected directly to speakers or to your home theater and stereo system. With Sonos, no room is off-limits and you can add music to practically any number of rooms: the bedroom, the backyard, even the bathroom.

Music in your hands.

Sonos puts the control of all your music and all your rooms right where it should be — in your hands. Create a playlist to cook by. Browse your entire collection or use search to find your favorites. Tune in to a radio station halfway round the world. Share the Controller with friends. But be prepared, because once they get their hands on it, they’ll have a hard time letting go.

Digital Renaissance

5 Jun

i was blessed today to have the opportunity to attend ‘beyond broadcast 09’ at the USC Annenberg School for Communication. it’s focus was the world’s emerging Digital Renaissance. The video i’ve posted was a video presented during the conference that will challenge the mindset of any individual in our time. i also hope it encourages all to use the technology we have in place as well as think outside of the paradigm of our current world. Anything is possible!

p.s.

i’m back blogging!
and the eMagazine titled The Sophisticate, will be in circulation soon…
First issue: “The Rise happens in the Fall”