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The Way We Live Now

Articles or lists like this one always leave a bit of a sour taste in my mouth. Not that I have anything against Guitar Hero, or want to cast aspersions on Nintendo products, but, operating Read more…

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Open to…backup failures?

So. This, featured in Read/WriteWeb today, looks pretty cool, though, I agree with a number of people in the comments section who point out that it is incredibly similar to Google Docs. One thing that Read more…

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Do As They Say….Not As They Do

You’d assume that a magazine whose life revolves around Web 2.0 would, naturally, be savvy about backing up. But…you’d be a bit mistaken. All-nighters are fun, in a weird masochistic way, but, I still think Read more…

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transparency

Last week, in the midst of the hellish torrential downpours that were gracing the east coast, I experienced a severe form of umbrella envy. My umbrella = red, cost me two dollars, purchased hastily in Read more…

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Little. Yellow. Different.

Okay, so, ElephantDrive isn’t yellow, and it’s definitely not Nuprin, but, this article over at Techcrunch today manages to highlight its strengths, even as it sings the prasies of Amazon. The BusinessWeek article that is Read more…

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Artificially Yours

Gmail wants me to try twenty different types of beef jerky from a producer in Montana. It also thinks that I might need some new car insurance, and a membership in a microbrew of the Read more…

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D’oh and Cents

Everything is capable of dramatic change in a matter of seconds, whether it’s the few seconds that you have in between realizing an accident is about to occur and seeing it happen, or, the moment Read more…

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I Herd it From StartupSquad

ElephantDrive got a great review today over at StartupSquad. I was particularly pleased to see that they mentioned the upcoming release of the smart version of ElephantDesktop–further evidence that this company is focused on the Read more…