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Thoughtful, thought-provoking (but brief) review of Microsoft's recent office release. Interesting reflections on the smart moves they've made recently and the blunders that might continue to hold them back.
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Not a surprising or unknown Mac on the list for nerds like us, but definitely a fun trip down memory lane for anyone who's lived with and enjoyed these products since long before you didn't get made fun of for doing so.
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How the sausage is made (and spit on) in the mobile phone industry. Just like it took 10 years too long to get digital video (DVD), and then 10 years too long to get HD video (Blu Ray), the future of mobile technology is being killed by the same adversarial approach big companies take towards their customers.
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Finally! Using Facebook on our iPhones was often maddening!
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Important web/social networks tip of the day:  FB just removed your email address from your profile. Do this to fix it in 1 minute or less.
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Funny Apple swag, from bad '80's preppie wear, to jewelry made out of power buttons. Is it wrong we want most of this stuff?
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Interesting discussion of the backend aspects of providing services to consumers, and how companies at the size of Apple and Google can just go out and build multi billion dollar infrastructures, just to mess with each other.
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We're still betting on Facebook to maintain dominance over Google+, but either way this article is an interesting discussion of the 2 social networks' strengths and weaknesses and what advantages Google does offer.
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A pretty good article on the age-old tradition of mainstream merchants preying on consumer ignorance.
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