What browser do you use?

Image via Wikipedia Firefox is my primary browser, although I use them all... "What makes Firefox different? Most importantly, we’re open. That means anyone around the world (and we have thousands of experts watching our back) is able to look into our code and find any potential weak spots in our armor.  And when we … Continue reading What browser do you use?

While in Germany…

Image by jeffisageek via Flickr ...I'm getting a great opportunity to test my cloud computing apps as well as my other technology tools [more posts to come -- you can depend on it!] to see whether or not they hold up well for the global traveler. One of the more interesting approaches I'm trying is … Continue reading While in Germany…

How to choose the Twitter client that’s right for you

More than a third of all tweets are sent by people visiting Twitter’s default Web client. Which is too bad, because Twitter, as a website, is by far the least effective way to use Twitter as a network. But even though just about any third-party client will provide you with a better way to use … Continue reading How to choose the Twitter client that’s right for you

Firefox or Chrome; which one should I use?

Image via CrunchBaseThis question is NOT a slam dunk! Also, you may be surprised to know that the answer depends on what computer platform you use..."Which Should I Use on Windows: Firefox or Chrome? There's no short answer to this question, really, since neither browser is clearly better, so instead of a straight out "Use … Continue reading Firefox or Chrome; which one should I use?

Tactic #1: Master Firefox!

Image via CrunchBase First, what's this nonsense about 'Tightening your Tribe'? Well, it's a reference to Seth Godin's social media masterpiece 'Tribes'. As I read the book, I really enjoyed the strategic discussion but found any reference to practical, tactical tools was missing. I therefore decided to create a series of posts on tools that … Continue reading Tactic #1: Master Firefox!


Image via Wikipedia ...for three main reasons: speed, extensibility, and safety. I found this great post this morning on "6 Reasons Why Mozilla Firefox Is Safe" and I want to share it with you... "While statistics put Internet Explorer clearly ahead as the most widely used web browser, it’s clear to many people that it … Continue reading I