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Director of Digital Integration and Social Business @ Schneider Associates | Executive Editor, Technorati
Just a dad, known as the big guy, moonlighting a digital marketer, photographer and civilian journalist
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Happily married with two wonderful daughters and a great family
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Mobile apps that I can't live without

As a tech geek, I'm always looking for new mobile apps for my iPhone, Samsung Note 2, iPad or Macs to help me do what I do faster or more ef

2013 Most Memorable Product Launches via @SchneiderPR

If I were to ask you what were the most memorable new products that were launched in 2013 what would you say? I bet you'll be way off base.

Why Bill Belichick really is a mad scientist: practice-squad clones.

There's a little-known scheme that New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick employs for slowing down opponents: Stacking his practice squad

Your no bullsh*t 2014 social media trends post

I'm quite the cynical guy. I'm not one to make bold predictions either. Combine those two attributes together and you get my annual 2014 soc

Keep it short and sweet

Keep it short and sweet. That's the name of the game, the content game, that is.

Apple unveils iPad Air, Mac Pro Desktop, OS X Mavericks and more

Today Apple unveiled their new slate of Apple products, including the new iPad Air, Mac Pro and much, much more. Here's a rundown of what yo

Will Social Media Relics Rise Again?

An infographic showcasing some of the early days of social media and networks that are now called relics

With the PS4 companion app for iOS, buy a new game and have it waiting f...

Back in February we first heard about Sony's plans for a companion app for iOS to their new PlayStation 4 console. Part of the functionality

Staycation, all the apps I ever wanted

Labor Day is the greatest weekend of the year—the entire point of the holiday is to have an extra day to take it easy. And while the airport

Apple Confirms iPhone Trade-In Program Launching Today at U.S. Retail St...

According to a Tweet from CNBC's Jon Fortt, Apple has officially confirmed that it is launching its iPhone trade-in program today at its U.S

Sites That Integrate With Google Now

There's a long list of sites that integrate with Google Now: Air Berlin, Air Canada, Emirates,,, TicketWeb, Ticke

School district hires company to follow kids' Facebook, Twitter

The Glendale Unified School District in Southern California outsources keeping tabs on troublemakers as well as identifying kids in trouble.

Google Gives Advanced Tips on Authorship: What This Means to Your Business

Google recently announced advanced authorship tips to help small businesses stay successful. Learn about the tips and what they mean to you

What kinds of emails are Gmail’s new tabbed inbox hurting?

The essential Danny Sullivan takes a look at what kinds of emails Gmail's new inbox is disadvantaging. For the non-Gmail users among you: Go

Forget privacy, Facebook is transparent

Facebook released its first ever transparency report that detailed a number of information requests it received from government agencies acr

Tweeting made easier

Tweeting made easier, courtesy of a cursor highlight, click and tweet

27 Great Moments In Parenting History

The history of parenting has been a history of setbacks, advances, and a few brief moments of genius. These are some of those moments.

The Internet then and now [infographic]

An infographic depicts what the Internet looked like then and now.

You're never too old to get a new car for free

Facebook's oldest user gets a new car for free

The food here is fantastic. Get the cheeseburger club. You'll thank me. It is a very busy place though. It's not kid friendly and the space is really right. However, if you can get there in an off-time or beat the rush, you won't regret it.
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