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Show Some Love for Apps

You probably use native apps on a daily basis to play games, check the weather, or get turn-by-turn directions. Have you ever wondered why you would use an app over the browser? A lot of apps actually do great things! The main advantage is they are not limited by the internet’s rules of what can [&hellip

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Smart Technology and Seniors

Our world is knitted together these days by technology and what better way to keep in touch with family and friends. Seniors are often intimidated by technology but I encourage you to embrace the basics. Today’s technology can keep us engaged, connected, and mentally active. Here are a few pieces of technology that seniors should [&hellip

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Ebooks Coming of Age; Older Audience Adoption Increase

The sales of ebook readers AND ebooks over the last 2 years is further indication that ebooks sales, readers and books, is slowing,  NOT decreasing,  just slowing.  But this is inevitable as we move closer to “saturation”;  the adoption of ebooks as a habitual way of reading books went through a monstrous growth after the [&hellip

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Sciddy Mobile Directions

In the days ahead,  Sciddy is making an effort to increase our emphasis on mobile usage.  After all,  the best times to learn about discounts is when you are on the go,  and in a particular place where various deals and discounts are most convenient to discover and used. As a part of this push, [&hellip

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Cable Companies Too Big?

The recent news about Comcast seeking approval to buy Time Warner has brought the issue of Cable/Broadband Company monopolies to the fore.  This is an issue that can find strong advocates on both sides of the Democratic/Republican aisle.  The strongest opponents of growing Cable/ISP companies increasing their monopolies are usually also strong advocates of Internet [&hellip

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