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Guest Blog Post on ThornTech.com – The Week in Tech: IBM scraps chip-making unit, Yahoo mobile paying off, Twitter launches Fabric, and more

October 24, 2014 Leave a comment

 

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Check out my new guest blog post on ThornTech.com titled “The Week in Tech: IBM scraps chip-making unit, Yahoo mobile paying off, Twitter launches Fabric, and more.

Today we highlight IBM’s shedding of its chip-making unit, Yahoo’s mobile strategy paying off, Twitter’s new developer tools, Snapchat’s first ad, and the launch of Google Inbox. Enjoy!

I hope you found this interesting! If so, please connect with me on TwitterGoogle+, and LinkedIn for future updates.

Guest blog post for CEA: 7 More Tools and Tricks for Entrepreneurs to Get Stuff Done

October 23, 2014 Leave a comment

Check out my latest guest post for the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) titled, “7 More Tools and Tricks for Entrepreneurs to Get Stuff Done.

In December 2013, I wrote a guest blog post titled “10 Essential Tools and Resources for Entrepreneurs to Get Stuff Done,” which highlighted 10 important resources that I use to help me stay productive.

It’s been a few months since I wrote that article, and I’ve changed and added some tools and tricks to the mix. Here are some additional resources that might help you be more productive like they’ve helped me.

Enjoy!

I hope you found this interesting! If so, please connect with me on TwitterGoogle+, and LinkedIn for future updates.

Guest Blog Post on ThornTech.com – The Week in Tech: Google and Apple launch products, HBO and CBS going over the top, and egg freezing

October 17, 2014 1 comment

 

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Check out my new guest blog post on ThornTech.com titled “The Week in Tech: Google and Apple launch products, HBO and CBS going over the top, and egg freezing.

This week we cover Google’s launch of new Nexus products, Apple’s announcements of new iPads and Macs, HBO and CBS going over the top, and egg freezing. Yup, egg freezing.

I hope you found this interesting! If so, please connect with me on TwitterGoogle+, and LinkedIn for future updates.

Image courtesy of Forbes

Guest Blog Post on ThornTech.com – The Week in Tech: HP and Symantec both split, Yahoo’s mobile moves, Amazon’s offline push, and more

October 10, 2014 2 comments

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Check out my new guest blog post on ThornTech.com titled “The Week in Tech: HP and Symantec both split, Yahoo’s mobile moves, Amazon’s retail push, and more.

This week we highlight the splitting of both HP and Symantec, Yahoo’s mobile moves, Amazon’s first physical store, and Apple’s upcoming event. Enjoy!

I hope you found this interesting! If so, please connect with me on TwitterGoogle+, and LinkedIn for future updates.

Guest Blog Post on ThornTech.com – The Week in Tech: eBay to spin off PayPal, Windows 10 announced, and the rise of Ello

October 3, 2014 Leave a comment

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Check out my new guest blog post on ThornTech.com titled “The Week in Tech: eBay to spin off PayPal, Windows 10 announced, and the rise of Ello.”

This week we cover eBay’s planned spin-off of PayPal, the announcement of Windows 10, and the rise of Ello. Enjoy!

I hope you found this interesting! If so, please connect with me on TwitterGoogle+, and LinkedIn for future updates.

Photo courtesy of Forbes

Guest Blog Post on ThornTech.com – The Week in Tech: iPhone 6 bends, Apple pulls iOS 8 update, Blackberry’s new phone, and more

September 26, 2014 Leave a comment

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Check out my new guest blog post on ThornTech.com titled “The Week in Tech: iPhone 6 bends, Apple pulls iOS 8 update, Blackberry’s new phone, and more.

This week we highlight bending iPhones, a bad iOS 8 update, Blackberry’s new oddly-shaped phone, and the security flaw that can topple the internet. Enjoy!

I hope you found this interesting! If so, please connect with me on TwitterGoogle+, and LinkedIn for future updates.

Philly Half Marathon ran, $4605 for American Cancer Society raised

September 22, 2014 2 comments

2014 Philadelphia Rock n Roll Half Marathon

In July, I launched my fundraising campaign where I would run a half marathon and raise $1,500 for the American Cancer Society because I really, really, really hate cancer.

On Sunday, I completed the Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon along with 22,000 fellow runners (that’s me in the front right of the picture – just kidding). I felt really good doing it, not only because the race wasn’t as painful as I thought it would be, but because I was running for my father, uncle, best friend and everyone else who has been negatively impacted by cancer. And I was able to raise $4,605 $4,675 dollars from my awesome family and friends to donate to the ACS!

It feels really good to do my part, as small as it may be, and hopefully this disease will eventually be eradicated. I believe that donations are still being accepted, so if you’d like, you can donate here.

Thanks to everyone who donated to the cause and supported me!

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