When email made its appearance, it did not come with an owner's manual explaining how or when to use it. As a result, some of the habits formed using this amazing tool have been anti-productive ones, including using the inbox as a Virtual To-Do List.
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Ken Colburn of the Data Doctors outlines steps to take now that Microsoft has retired Windows XP.
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Colorado coalition helps struggling rural theaters switch to digital before year-end deadline
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A new set of smart shoes uses sensors and GPS to revolutionize navigation for pedestrians helping tourists, the blind and athletes get where they're going.
Old habits at home embarrass South Korean consumer electronics giants abroad
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