As technology has advanced over the past decade, many people are turning to digital solutions for enhancing productivity. Modern smart phones offer a variety of productivity software, with an emphasis on cloud based storage. With the release of Android 4.0, many smart phones are as powerful as a personal assistant.
Google recently released Ice Cream Sandwich, commonly known as Android 4.0. Android is an operating system that powers many mobile phones. It provides a central platform for developers, allowing cross-compatibility for a wide variety of smart phones.
Read on to find out how to be productive on your mobile device.
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If you work with a computer (then again, who doesn’t anymore?), you might be interested in new research that says it’s not badly adjusted chairs or bad sitting posture that’s a problem. The problem for office workers is sitting itself: New research in the diverse fields of epidemiology, molecular biology, biomechanics, and physiology is converging [...]
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Is YouTube slow for you? YouTube’s testing out a new beta mode called Feather. It’s supposed to be a lite version of YouTube with the fluff removed for a faster response. Think of it as YouTube the way it used to be. Anyway, you go to the Feather URL, here: http://www.youtube.com/feather_beta Click on Enable. Now [...]
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Does RSS kill your productivity? (What’s RSS?) Jacqui Cheng at Ars Digita seems to think so.
So, is RSS a time-suck, or a time-saver?
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As you may or may not know, Digitivity.org is hosted on Dreamhost. Anyway, they used to boot the operating system from the network to allow for centralized configuration.
Now, they’re moving to local OS’s, which requires rebooting their servers. This means a few minutes of downtime per website as the OS reboots.
There’s a way you can get a custom RSS feed of the problems affecting just the servers you’re on.
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