Archive | March, 2012

The Extinction of Downtime

Tuesday, March 6, 2012


Scott Belsky (@scottbelsky) has written a fantastic article over at the99percent.com that will (hopefully) cause us all to take pause – step back from our days filled-to-the-brim with every connected medium imaginable – and let our minds breathe a little. He concludes by offering some suggestions for finding that “sacred space” once again. Here’s a [...]

Why I switched to ING Thrive Chequing

Saturday, March 3, 2012


Why I switched to ING Thrive Chequing

What is better than free? This article has been updated 12/07/2013. Don’t have time (& a coffee) to read all the reasons why ING may be worth a look? Here’s the current incentive – straight up: opening an ING account before December 31st will net you a $50 bonus if you use Orange Key 16494429S1. (Account must must be open [...]

Windows 8 Consumer Preview–Part 1

Thursday, March 1, 2012

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview–Part 1

Is it worth your time? This may be the question on many minds since yesterday’s public release of the “Consumer Preview” bits. It was on mine. I took a look at the Developer Preview the day it went live – excited to see what “Windows, reimagined and reinvented” would be like. I think I promised [...]

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