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Motorola Xoom Tablet Review

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Is the Motorola Xoom an iPad Killer? No.  It is built for a different audience.  Non-technical people can enjoy almost every Apple product with limited or no instruction.  The Xoom requires an understanding of what you are trying to accomplish and knowledge of the computer metaphors it draws upon to accomplish the tasks.  So, while […]

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Shelly Palmer Digital Living on Sirius XM – February 21, 2011

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This week on Shelly Palmer Digital Living, we talk with Will Wright, gaming industry legend and creator of the Sims about his new television show Bar Karma. We chat with author and social media expert Juliette Powell. Our cool website this week is Nudgemail.com and we’ll chat with its founder Jeremy Toeman about digital productivity. Listen […]

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President Obama’s Plan to Destroy Advertising, Marketing, the Internet and All Other Forms of Digital Life

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The Obama administration has called for the creation of a Privacy Policy Office to assist in developing an Internet “privacy bill of rights.” The U.S. Commerce Department’s report stopped short of asking directly for privacy legislation. But it is recommending a “framework” to protect people from data collectors. Just the name of this new office, […]

Google Limiting Access

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Google will no longer grant access to user data, like a user’s email contact data, to companies like Facebook unless the sharing of information is reciprocated. While Facebook uses Google’s gmail contact data to suggest friends to users on the site, Facebook does not give Google any data in return. As the rivalry between Google […]

Facebook Gives Users More Control

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Facebook Gives Users More Control Facebook unveiled a series of new tools on Wednesday, most notably the “Groups” feature, which allows users to create small sub-groups within the site. Groups are closed by default and act as a space for group members to share documents, photos and messages. Facebook will also now allow users the […]