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Sitting on hold… Leaves me cold…

First and foremost I would like to thank all the fans of Tech Tip Tuesday for all of your kind emails letting me know how much you’ve missed Tech Tip. I am trying to come back slowly with what I think are a little more personal, laid back style Tech Tips of stuff that I use and love.
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Nothing drives me more mad than sitting on hold when I’m trying to get help with something or I’m trying to get some “Customer Service”. In this, the return of Tech Tip Tuesday, I’m sharing a great service that has made that wait time a thing of the past.
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Special Thanks: To the students of HVA thanks again for the awesome gift you guys are a real motivation to me, and are in no small part, my reason for trying to figure out how to get Tech Tip Tuesday back on the air… or maybe I should say back on the web.

Show Notes:
http://www.lucyphone.com

 
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Posted by on April 10, 2012 in Android, iPhone, Lifestyle, Mobile, Websites

 

A Great Gift for Gabbing on the Go

I don’t know if you’ve noticed but it seems like nearly everyone these days are basically glued to their cell phones. The days of being tethered to the long curly cord dangling from the kitchen phone are gone and we are instead gabbing on the go.

In this weeks Tech Tip, I’m continuing the series on holiday gift ideas. This weeks tip is perfect for that phoneaholic in all of our lives.

www.myblueant.com
www.WhoIsJeff.com

 
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Posted by on November 29, 2011 in Android, Business, Gadgets, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Review

 

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Should You Get “Fired”?

I can’t believe that 2011 is already winding down. November and December are all that’s left and we’re already halfway through November. In just a few weeks we’ll be sitting down to thanksgiving dinner with our loved ones a then it’s time to start thinking about Christmas. What’s that perfect gift for that special someone, and how much of a dent is this Christmas going to put in my bank account.

With that thought in mind Over the next few Tech Tips I’ll be sharing some gift ideas that may be just thing for that special someone in your life.

Show Notes:
www.Amazon.com/Kindle
www.WhoIsJeff.com

Other Kindle Fire Reviews:
http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/14/amazon-kindle-fire-review/
http://www.theverge.com/2011/11/14/2560084/kindle-fire-review

 

The Magic of That Mix

With services like pandora, grooveshark, lastfm and about a billion other streaming music services, our own music libraries sometimes get ignored.

In this weeks Tech Tip I’m sharing the way that I’m getting MY music back just the way I like it.

Show Notes: www.music.google.com

To learn more about me and what I do other than these weekly Tech Tips check out my online profile at www.WhoIsJeff.com

 

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It Feels New!

Perhaps you’re not in the market to upgrade to the new iPhone, or are just planning on holding off for a bit, but don’t worry if you’re an existing iPhone user you can still at least feel like you’ve got a new iphone, and in this weeks Tech Tip I’ll tell you how.

Show Notes:
http://www.apple.com/iphone/ios/

• For more GREAT hands on video of the iphone 4s and ios5 check out
www.Youtube.com/TechTechManTv

 

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Death & Evolution

By now everyone knows that on wednesday of last week Apple’s co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs lost a 7 year battle with cancer.

Whether you’re an apple fan or an Apple hater there is no denying the impact that Steve Jobs had on the world we live in. Many have said that Steve Jobs really revolutionized the world of technology I would argue that in reality Steve Jobs has Evolutionized the world of technology.

Even with his passing Steve Jobs and Apple stand on the precipice of ushering in the next evolution of technology and in this weeks Tech Tip I’ll tell you all about it.

Show notes: http://www.apple.com/iphone

 

Feel Free to Experiment

I love to experiment with the newest services and tools that are available online. In addition I have found that selling stuff on craigslist, ebay etc is much better than having to hold a garage sale. However the only way to really use many of these services is to give them my email address or ugh in some cases even my phone number.

Luckily there are a few services out there designed specifically for people like me who want to try out these tools without giving them access to my personal info.

Show Notes: www.meltmail.com, www.ringshuffle.com

 

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