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Kindle versus Printed Text: Round 1

Recently, the great and popular social media blog Mashable posted a poll called “Reading Faceoff: eBooks Vs. Print Books” in its Mashable Battles subsite. The poll challenged readers to vote for their preferred reading format – electronic reader or the old stand-by, hard copy books. The choices were one or the other or a tie vote, indicating that the voter saw advantages to both formats. I voted for the tie, and now I’m going to spend a few minutes to explain why I voted that way. Continue reading

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5 Simple Things To Make You Smarter About Privacy

Interlaced with the Facebook privacy debate is the issue of free services competing to monetize themselves. What can consumers do to get smarter about using free applications and surfing the Internet? Continue reading

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