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Favorite moment = #14. Using Google as more than a seaech engone has definitely impacted my life in a positive way. It has helped with efficiency and syncing documents and posts allowing me to focus on work or tasks-at-hand.
1 year ago on The Gadgeteer Celebrates 15 Years in Tech: Droid DNA by HTC Giveaway
This is some great information. I have been blowing my marriage for years (and I thank my wife for hanging on and giving me chance after chance). This list spells everything out in a concise form so that I know what I am doing wrong and I know what I should do to fix it. It's sad that I can't figure it out on my own and it's even sadder that am not putting forth a consistent amount of effort to make a change (hell, I'm barely putting in effort for more than a couple days past an argument). I'm printing this out NOW and reviewing daily until a natural habit is formed. Again, I am ashamed to be at this point where THESE actions have to take place - I should be doing this on my own out of love but there is obviously something wrong that is deeper-rooted and thus I need to break things down to a basic level and then work my way up to more romantic, socially acceptable format. Thank you for writing this and helping me understand through your experiences.
1 year, 1 month ago on 16 Ways I Blew My Marriage
Great information, Nikki. I especially like the various questions in point #3. It's in our nature to want more but sometimes, as you suggest, we may need to delete profiles to run a smoother, cleaner machine. Sometimes the basics are best to make sure your message gets across to your public. Thanks for the read!
1 year, 6 months ago on Six Step Process to Clean Up a Company’s Online Presence