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All posts for the month October, 2013

If you guys don’t mind, 10Centuries — by a fellow ADNetizen (@matigo on app.net) — fits into my workflow so much better than wordpress. In fact, I would love to post here more but the web interface is painful compared to a native app to write in on all my devices vs. syncing or hoping the web interface doesn’t reset mid-post. So, FYI head over to 10C: I post a notice about an Audio tag cleaner (for those of us with music filled with incorrect tags in iTunes or whatever audio player you use), as well as my opinion on the Tech underneath the 5s’ seemingly boring shell… It’s not hype…  

So: iPhone 5s…It’s not Hype! and beaTunes on Sale on the 10C blog. Feedback on ADN welcome (or here, but ADN rocks: check it out. Seriously…)

Last week my Sister,  a very capable Systems Admin, called me to ask my advice. She hadn’t owned a Mac in a very long time, and wanted to know whether she should buy a Mac Mini and an iPad or an iMac?

If your Mac is still stock, you might want to read this…

(Since Advertising is visually detracting from the content by cluttering the formerly clean UI, and the price to remove them is significantly higher than other site’s yearly full featured offerings [themes and full customization is extra here whereas other hosts include them in one price scheme, which is usually much lower], most new content will be on 10Centuries.)