- My Top 12 Chrome Extensions
- NewSpring Gets a New Logo and a Lot More
- Give Wikipedia Some Class with WikiWand
- Instagram Saves Your Videos from a Case of the Jitters with New App
- The Best Car Mount for Your Mobile Phone (and It’s On Sale)
- The Best Road Trip App Available
- Track (and Accomplish) Your Goals with the new Full App
- Google Glasses at Church?
- Your New Right Arm
- Doh! The Simpsons Come to Moleskines
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My Top 12 Chrome Extensions
Chrome is my browser of choice for a lot of reasons. It’s fast, reliable, and secure. Plus, I can use it on all of my devices. One of the major reasons it rocks though has little to...
- Posted November 5, 2014
Give Wikipedia Some Class with WikiWand
Although certainly not perfect, Wikipedia is a great resource that everyone references from time to time. One of Wikipedia’s my obvious problems is it’s bland design. (Some would say is has almost no design at all.) Truthfully,...
- Posted September 2, 2014
New 64-Bit Version of Chrome Released
Google has quietly release a new 64-bit version of it’s popular Chrome browser. The move to a 64-bit version means greater speed (with better use of the majority of modern processors) as well as improved stablity. Google also...
- Posted August 27, 2014
Save Money with Honey
We all like to save money and this great extension for Chrome does just that. Honey basically waits until you’re checking out at a supported e-commerce site and drops a big “Find Savings” button on the checkout...
- Posted September 25, 2013
Distraction Killing Extension Boosts Reading Power
The wonderful folks over at Evernote have released an extension for both FireFox and Chrome that helps eliminate distractions so that you can read web pages more clearly. It’s name, appropriately enough, Evernote Clearly. Once installed, Clearly...
- Posted December 29, 2011