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Nemus Sync

The iPod Touch has become my most valuable piece of technology.   Last week I added this gem from Nemustech.  Nemus Sync is a free utility that syncs Google Calendar with the Touch’s built-in calendar.  Syncing works in both directions. You have to jailbreak … Continue reading

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3D Disney on Google Earth

SketchUp has incredible educational potential.  Using free tools available from Google, Disney has added a 3D layer over the entire Disney World property.  Every building, sidewalk and tree has been drawn in detail.  Above is a picture of the haunted house.  … Continue reading

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Efficiency Tip #106 – Shift-Right-Click CMD

Here is a short-cut that helps to solve a technical problem I have had for years. There is no easy way to quickly create multiple folders.  Using the mouse requires a click on the New sub-menu and then selecting Folder … Continue reading

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I’m on the Mesh

  Recently I talked about keeping several computers, in different locations up-to-date with the latest versions of my files.  Microsoft’s Mesh has solved this problem.  Yesterday, I received my invitation to participate in the closed beta.  I didn’t have to … Continue reading

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Google Earth in a browser

Today Google announced that the ever popular Google Earth program can now be incorporated into a browser.  You will need a plugin, but you will not have to install the heavy application. I captured the inserted picture from my browser.  … Continue reading

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