As useful and revolutionary as the smartphone has been, it is also a cause of a lot of stress, distractions and hours of unproductive activities. Here’s a simple guide on how you can rectify some of that (Reading time: ~13 mins, or a few mins if you skim)
Following is my view on the iPad, primarily as a day to day business tool. This is my favourite list of apps based on everyday usage..
Following are my most favorite (95% free) iPhone apps that I use for work and recommend in the areas of;
– Social Media
– References, Directories and other
http://tinyurl.com/nfot8g – a start. Will be huge. Soon you will get free phones and services for sign up.
Aussies, try and follow @NewsFeedTweet on Twitter for a temporary News experiment.. Its not News I select so see what you think about the automated picking.
This is great (and maybe even not that new). My long thoughts of unique and expiring credit card details to be used for transactions to eliminate post-transaction fraud seems to have come true – at least online;
“…purchases on-line using my card and a bit of software
called Shopsafe which produces one-time cards with a specified
expiration date and a specified credit limit.”
Now lets see when we can have this for offline transactions as well – I am thinking of a physical “security key with changing passwords”-like concept with small LCD screens on our credit cards.
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