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The Best and Worst Gibberish Gadgets of 2011

The Best and Worst Gibberish Gadgets of 2011

I wrote 67 reviews this year. The reviews were mostly based on gadgets, but I did a number of book and music reviews this year. I also reviewed a few services, including Amazon’s cloud-based MP3 service, and the Amazon Kindle Lending Library. I know I am a few days late, but I wanted to mention […]

Free or Low Cost Music You Might Enjoy

Free or Low Cost Music You Might Enjoy

My regular readers know that I love buying stuff. Partly because stuff is cool, and partly because I get to write about it for you. Sometimes, though, there are some things that are free or low-cost that provide way more enjoyment than the products I drop ducats on. I’m going to talk about three music […]

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How to Get Spotify For the Amazon Kindle Fire … Sort Of.

How to Get Spotify For the Amazon Kindle Fire … Sort Of.

My frustration with apps for the Amazon Kindle Fire continues. In my first impressions write-up, I wrote that a huge drawback for me was the absence of critical apps in the Amazon app marketplace. I use Dropbox daily, and it isn’t present on the Amazon AppStore. I wound up installing it via an unsupported method, […]

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A Better Way to Manage Your Spotify Queue

A Better Way to Manage Your Spotify Queue

Here’s an idea on how to handle Spotify’s weird playlist / queue system.

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Spotify Initial Impressions

Spotify Initial Impressions

My first impressions about Spotify, the on-demand streaming Internet music service that recently became available in the United States. I also compare it to suggestion engines like Pandora, and if the $10/month for the Premium service is worth your money.

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