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Online Shopping Rewards

‘Tis the season to shop, shop, shop. That is, I suppose, if you enjoy shopping, which I don’t. I loathe the process at any time […]

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Do You Trust Google Maps to Get You There?

I’m often overwhelmed by technology. The rate at which it changes makes my head spin. I can’t seem to get the hang of my cell […]

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The Checkbook’s Comeback?

My college-senior daughter is always happy when I take her shopping, right up until that instant when we reach the cash register and I reach […]

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Foursquare Envy

“About to get a much-needed massage!” a friend posted a couple of weekends ago after “checking in” on Foursquare at 3000 B.C. day spa in […]

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Facebook: The Anti-Social Network

I saw “The Social Network” over the weekend, and I couldn’t stop thinking about Tyler Clementi. Tyler Clementi is the Rutgers freshman who committed suicide […]

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If You Can’t Trust Snopes.com, Who Can You Trust?

I’m lost. I’m lost and confused and not sure where to turn. My foundation is no longer solid, and I don’t know where to find […]

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THE SAD FACE OF E-MAIL ☹

I just saw my old best friend for the first time after a five-year hiatus in our relationship. The problem? We had a fight by […]

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My eBay Identity Crisis

I’m not feeling like myself today. Well, actually eBay thinks I’m not myself and I’m easily influenced. Apparently I’ve just been a victim of identity […]

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Who Do You Ignore on Facebook?

I believe I am a fairly blessed person. I have a happy and healthy family and some very good friends. The kind of friends I […]

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Please Share This Post on Twitter

To tweet or not to tweet? Tell the Truthiness. TheAwl.com reported last week that the New York Times discourages its reporters from using “tweet” in […]

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Corbett Shows His Independence with Twitter Subpoena

Why does it seem that every time a politician takes on corruption, his motives are called into question? We often hear that investigations of this […]