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Mark Kaelin
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The is one of the most useful apps I have ever come across. 
Find a parking spot for your car that is both convenient and reasonably priced with ParkWhiz.
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What music do you consider to be your most guilty pleasure?
Some of the best rock and roll music never made it to the radio. Here's proof.
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Security made simple and soon very commonplace.
Smart Things lets you monitor and control your own home security with, you guessed it, smart devices.
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Don't pay H&R Block a huge fee for something you can do yourself for free. 
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IMHO - Best movie dragon ever.
The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies closes the story of Bilbo in messy melee of carnage.
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Bourbon is one of life's simple pleasures. Would anyone like to know how to make a good mint julep? 
Bourbon is what the in-crowd drink these days, but what makes a whiskey a bourbon whiskey?
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I am finding it very difficult to get excited about this kind of thing. Someone please explain it to me.
The technology is incredible, but do we need Microsoft Hololens?
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Oh yeah, I know how to make that!
8500+ Drink Recipes Free puts the “happy” in Happy Hour.
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I give away one of my best kept secrets in this article - a tip that could make a day at the track even more fun.
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Crowd-sourcing your handicapping.
Here's the low down on making horse racing fun for everyone.
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This is one possible future for the "web browser." I am looking forward to what comes next. Middle-Earth at your mouse pointer.
Using the power of Chrome, see Middle-Earth like you have never seen it before.
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The image of a submarine sinking my transport ships still makes me sad.
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Freelance writer and editor
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  • CBS Interactive
    Senior Editor, 2002 - 2013
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Introduction
I have 20 years of experience in the electronic publishing industry. I was an editor for CBS Interactive for eleven years, where I was responsible for acquiring, editing, and writing technical content for daily publication on CBS Interactive properties TechRepublic.com and ZDNet.com. My duties include the recruitment and development of contributing talent. Prior to CBS Interactive, I was an editor with ProQuest for 12 years, where I developed, designed, edited, and maintained an array of university and business school supplemental curricula products. Before ProQuest, I was a public accountant for five years, specializing in tax preparation and in compilation and review engagements. In addition, I have performed independent consulting services over the last 30 years for various business clients. I have specialized training in .NET Framework programming, C++, Microsoft Office, Java, XML and HTML.
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  • University of Louisville
    Business, 1980 - 1986
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Mark Kaelin sees absolutely no compelling reason reality augmenting glasses would be necessary in normal daily activities; do you agree?

It's Microsoft Patch Tuesday: December 2013
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Better training: In search of next-generation IT workers
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Manage the uncertainty in business analytics
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Predictive analytics is largely about the management of uncertainty; that management can also be applied to the analytics process itself.

Make the Internet Explorer app run in two windows
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A secret hidden in the Internet Explorer app that will allow you to have two tabs open on the screen at one time and position them side-by-s

Five free Firefox add-ons for the security conscious user
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There are always ways to improve the already outstanding security in the Firefox browser with add-ons.

Capture the web with Chrome screenshot tools
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Add screenshots to your training materials with any of these four screenshot tools for Chrome.

Five Android invoicing apps ready to help you do business
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Take your business on the go with professional-quality mobile apps designed to make your mobile small business life easier.

Quick Tip: Get the most out of your photos with Google Auto Awesome
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Handy Google Auto Awesome features help you customize your photos on the fly.

Form a long-term storage strategy: Doing the big data grunt work
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Unorganized data of both the structured and unstructured varieties bulges in storage. How do you figure out what stays and what goes?

November Office tip mailbag: Enter the em and en dash
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Regardless of version, there are several easy ways to enter an em or en dash into your Word documents.

Five apps to help CIOs do their job successfully
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Take a look at five tools to help a CIO manage their IT department's business interaction.

Take a look at two great features in Windows 8.1
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The new Windows 8.1 Start Screen and the new Snap feature may make you rethink some of the modern interface's shortcomings.

Five free Android apps for easy SMB connection
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With the help of these SMB connection tools, you can easily manage files and folders on a local network share.

Meet Google CIO Ben Fried
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Get to know Ben Fried, the CIO of Google, and learn some of his views on technology management.

Behind all great big data strategies is a great editor
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To make the most effective use of your data science team, employ the skills of a professional editor.

Putting it together: Google updates Hangouts (and more) for the enterprise
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Four recent updates to Hangouts and Google+ paint Google as serious about the enterprise.

Pro tip: Calculate the current page number within a section in Word
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Microsoft Word fields support most page numbering schemes, unless you want to display the current page number within a section. For that, yo

The underlying principles of successful big data strategic alignment
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When running a strategy that involves big data, it's important to align your strategic objective with your leadership, management, and overa

Make the successful transition to actionable predictions
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Does your organization need to use predictive analytics? What lessons have you learned?