I purchased the new Circle device for home networks and I’m impressed with the design, ease of use and effective technology to both control all the devices on your home network and manage your family’s use of the Internet. It’s a FIVE star product and I highly recommend it. It costs $99.
I predict in 2017 that Windows Mobile will become the third mobile OS that people will seriously consider when buying a new phone. Evidence does not support this prediction because Microsoft currently has about 1% of the market. Here’s why things will change…Windows 10 is a huge success already and users will get a similar experience on future mobile products. If Windows 10 succeeds, Windows 10 Mobile will succeed too (eventually).
For the past few weeks I have been struggling to manage relevant contact information on my iPhone. I have nearly 1000 contacts (yes, I know that many people) and it is a mess most of the time.
Think about it…we only control our own contact information and can’t know when people change/update their phone, email, address. CircleBack gives me the tools to stay ahead of this changing information. You can use their service to remove duplicates, create a backup and get automatic updates from internet resources (including email signatures). Other services that manage address books exist but I like CircleBack the best.
Stop using the word “priorities.” Dictionary.com defines priority as an
adjective: “highest in importance, rank, privilege.” By definition, you
cannot have more than one priority – it is impossible to have more than
one “highest” rank or privilege. Have one priority and then you can designate all others as subordinate or second, third, in importance.